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  1. #1
    Default Help me decode terminal, please.
    Below is the text from Terminal copied from my attempt to virginize. Can anyone tell what is wrong? Take a look at the last few lines. One thing I noticed is that where the directions say I ought to have had a hash (#) I actually have -sh-3.2# instead.

    ------|| START ||------

    Last login: Sat Nov 3 15:43:47 on ttyp1
    Welcome to Darwin!
    You have mail.
    new-host-3:~ lgrillo$ ssh -l root
    [email protected]'s password:
    Last login: Sat Nov 3 12:48:10 2007 from
    -sh-3.2# cd /usr/bin/virginizer_pack
    -sh-3.2# ./
    ./ line 26: touch: command not found
    ./ line 34: touch: command not found

    Welcome to virginator!

    It is very important to be connected to a reliable
    power source during this process. If your phone
    powers off or reboots during a critical operation
    it could become permanently damaged.
    Is it safe to continue?
    1) Yes, please continue.
    2) No, please exit.
    Starting virginator...

    What do you want to do?
    1) Just backup my seczone.
    2) Backup my seczone and re-virginize.
    You chose to backup your seczone and re-virginize.

    ==== Beginning sanity checks ====

    Found "/bin/launchctl"
    Found "/usr/bin/virginizer_pack/norz".
    Found "/usr/bin/virginizer_pack/iUnlock".
    Found "/usr/bin/virginizer_pack/bbupdater".
    Found "/usr/bin/virginizer_pack/ICE03.14.08_G.eep".
    Found "/usr/bin/virginizer_pack/ICE03.14.08_G.fls".
    Found "/usr/bin/virginizer_pack/eliteloader.bin".
    Found "/usr/bin/virginizer_pack/314secpack".

    ==== All checks passed ====

    Stopping CommCenter...
    ./ line 170: sleep: command not found
    ./ line 175: touch: command not found
    ./ line 178: cat: command not found
    ERROR: Unable to stop CommCenter.
    ERROR: Exiting now...

    ------|| END ||------
    Last edited by lgrillo; 2007-11-03 at 10:01 PM.

  2. #2
    Are you running 1.0.2 - baseband 3.08.14? - did you set the files to 0755?

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