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    Default What is SSH?
    I am so clueless, i just jailbreaked 1.1.2 i know im a novice... but i got this **** and dont know what it is

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    Google ssh

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    Oh wait. I was asked by the higher ups to be nicer to the n00bs. Here goes.

    Google ssh
    Search NAZI

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    SSH is a secure data transmission between your pc and your iphone over an internet connection

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    so do you have it on all the time or what?


    and what do i use the password option for?

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    well when you jailbreak your iphone, the ssh icon should show up on the main menu. I remember reading before that the password was alpine, but i could be wrong.

    you will need cyberduck ftp and a wifi connection. then run ssh and cyberduck on your pc to communicate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Digital Oxygen View Post
    Google ssh

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    Oh wait. I was asked by the higher ups to be nicer to the n00bs. Here goes.

    Google ssh
    LOL Thanks

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    i know there is a way to take it off, but i never bothered to do it. im sure there is a thread here somewhere that tells you how to take the icon off. When you used jailbreakme.com you were given the option to add it or not and you selected to add it. the only way to remove it would be to rejailbreak it and to select not to install ssh.

    Edit: You dont need ssh on all the time. its not necessary

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    thanks man!!! i dont mind it, ill just hide it!!

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    no problem man, anytime

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    There are two "flavors" of SSH, one on Unix (Mac, Linux, BSD, etc) and then for Windows. Unix operating systems normally come with SSH built-in (use ssh to start) and you will need to download a SSH client for Windows, A good Windows client, that's free, is Putty.

    Just google for "putty" and click on "i'm feeling lucky" and google will take you to the site to download it for free.

    For a bit of history: In the old days, there was an application called "telnet" that people used to connect to remote sites, however, since there protocol used no encryption bad people where able to read your user-id and password. SSH uses encryption, so it makes it ahrder for someone to get your account information.

    HtH,

    Denis
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    thnks Denis for the explanation with telnet, that means something to me .. had never heard of ssh before

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    has anyone heard of this program out there called cyberduck is it any good?


    *sarcasm*
    but your best answer can be found just by searching this forum

    has anyone heard of this program out there called cyberduck is it any good?


    *sarcasm*
    but your best answer can be found just by searching this forum

    here off the site http://www.modmyi.com/forums/general...rminology.html
    thought you would like this
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    download open ssh in cydia and then download winscp. together they will show files on your iphone. the host name is your wifi ip address, username is root, password is alpine.
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    I don't have a wifi connection available where I'm at is there a way to use SSH through a wired connection? USB maybe?

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    This site has instructions for SSH via USB cord.

    iPhone SSH via USB using WinSCP The Apple Daily

    Here is a video:
    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=59CghsFGVqc]YouTube - SSH into your iPod Touch/iPhone via USB on Windows![/ame]

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