This is just a note about living with a jailbroken iPhone. I think I’ll update it over time.Current jailbreak tool is PwnageTool_2.0.2.tbz,
which works with the first iPhone 2.0 update, 2.0.1. If you find you can’t use WiFi after jailbreaking, try:
- removing your WiFi network and adding it back again
- use BossPrefs to “repair user dir permissions”
- manually installed; it was pulled from the App store
- NES emulator
- play tons of old games!
- Quake 1
- Lets you tweak lots of stuff, including jailbreak-specific things like “SSH Server” on/off
cribbed from MacRumors forums.
My Installed Apps Here are links to my 9 app screens:
Using an SFTP application (I use Cyberduck), drag the
NetShare.appfolder from the desktop into the iPhone’s
Open a terminal window, and open an SSH session with the iPhone:
$ ssh email@example.com
(replace the IP address above with your iPhone’s IP Wi-Fi address.) The default root login password is “alpine”.
Next, go to the NetShare.app folder:
# cd /Applications/NetShare.app
and change the access file mask of the main application file:
# chmod 755 NetShare
Reboot (or re-spring if you know how) your iPhone.
 Fun, eh?