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    Default permissions on 2.0.1
    Hey how to change permission without openSSH, i don't have that option since I can't use wifi at home. I heared you can do it with terminal on the iphone but im not sure how to use it?

    Could somebody explain please?

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    do a search on here for iPhone Tunnel Suite.....ssh without wifi.

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    ok any other programs?

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    iPhone Tunnel Suite 2.7 Beta | BenM.at there ya go, install, click itunnel, than use winscp
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    why does the program require my iphones wifi ip?:S i can't find it since you need atleast one wifi source on your iphone so that you can press the blue arrow to view your wifi ip.

    is there any other way to find out your iphone wifi?

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    The terminal command used to change permissions is "chmod". For instance, if you want to make your program so that anyone can execute it, you'd type "chmod 0755 APPNAME". If you want the program to be executed as a Root program, you'd type "chmod 4755 APPNAME".
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    what if you want to chmod a certain folder?

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    Then it would be "chmod -R 0755 FOLDERNAME". The R is for recursive, meaning it will change the folder and everything in it to the security you assign.
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    do you have to putt the path for the folder or just the folder name?

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    If you are entering the command in the same folder as the folder/app you want to affect, there's no need for a path. But if you're not in the same folder, the full path is a good idea.

    ie) If you're already in the folder "mobile" you'd type "chmod -R 0755 Media". If you're in the root folder, you'd type "chmod -R 0755 /private/var/mobile/Media". And remember Unix is case sensitive.
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