Ssh install ipad3

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    I Watched a video on you tube how to install ssh , can someone watch it for me and tell me if I can use this exact method to install on an iPad3 running 5.1.1 if not can someone link me to a video to install on the ipad3 5.1.1, if you type the below in you tube you see the video.

    Dahacker13 ssh

    Sorry I'm a bit useless and scared don't wanna muck up my ipad3, cheers guys hope you can help.
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    Also I take it iTunes is not needed at all during this process or when we have to ssh ?
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    So need to install anything on pc at all then?
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    No toggle ssh to install on iPad either ?
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    Ok bud thanks looks like everything I need is on that , cheers ;-) much appreciato.
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    I installed OpenSSh on my iPad but app created you sure I don't need toggle ssh as well ? Like in the video I was talkin about ?
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    You can install the toggle if you want to be able to toggle it on and off. Your choice. If you've changed the password, I really don't see the point in toggling it off personally. It will not save any significant resources, turning it off...
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    There was no app after install of ssh so uninstalled it wasn't to sure if there should be 1 or not ? I also didn't know if I'm changing the password and username on my iPad or on a download of the software for the pc , I have nt bothered with the software for the computer I'm not to sure about it all yet , I would appreciate a bit of help on the things I've just mentioned , should I just do it like the video by dahacker13 ssh - on you tube?
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    Ok I've installed OpenSSh and togglessh now I've installed my computer software I've managed to use ssh and connect to iPad so that's all good here is my problem I would like to Change my password but i don't understand the below instruction

    enter the passwd command in the shell. You will be prompted to provide your new password and confirm it.


    What is the shell ? Where is this please ? Do I only need to do it on my iPad it would seem there's nothing to change on the iPad ?

    Cheers guys almost there
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    Mate I've tried looking that it's the below but from that paragraph I don't get

    enter the passwd command in the shell. You will be prompted to provide your new password and confirm it.

    What is shell ? It opens up 2 windows after I've logged in to ssh please help :-(
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    This is what I have installed

    iPad - OpenSSh
    Togglessh

    Laptop- winscp

    I just want to make my own passwords do I have to. Hange password on my iPad or laptop or both ? Feel like crying its soooo frustrating
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    To be honest, trying to use WinSCP or PuTTY intimidates me (especially PuTTY!!!). For future reference, you should use PuTTY when you need to type commands in and WinSCP when you need to manage files. So, WinSCP isn't really the program you wanted to use here.

    However, I've discovered another program that I find to be much easier to use (for me ... YMMV). Instead of using either of the other two programs program to wirelessly SSH into my iPad, I use a Windows program (on my PC) called i-FunBox to access my iPad. It's a free download from the 'Net (latest version is v1.96.938.649). It does the same as both WinSCP and PuTTY (it even has a terminal part).

    When you use this program, your iPad is connected to your PC but you don't do anything with it. All your actions and commands will be done on the PC. So, you'll be changing the iPad's password on the PC... And yes, changing the password is necessary if you have OpenSSH installed as most anyone knows the default password.

    After you've downloaded and installed i-FunBox on your PC, connect the iPad to the PC with the regular USB cord (have iTunes closed). Then, open the program. It should come up and show like the attached picture:



    In the left column, you'll see the line "SSH Terminal." Click on it and It should open right up for you (the default password is known by and used by this program). You'll see a terminal screen on the right side.

    To change your passwords (I'd recommend using the same one for both), do these two commands (ensure you put your cursor in the line I've outlined (#2):

    (1) Type "passwd" [don't use the quotes - then press Return/Enter on your computer]

    (1a) Retype your password per the prompt (note that you won't see the letters appear)

    (2) Type "passwd mobile" [again, no quotes and press Return/Enter on your PC]

    (2a) Again, retype your password per the prompt

    That's it. You have successfully changed both the root and mobile passwords on your iPad. let us know how you get on.

    Marilyn
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    Much appreciated mate thanks for that I may just give that a shot although I would prefer wireless, referring to ssh winscp and putty are you telling me the following:

    If I need to manage files I should use winscp

    If I want to change my default password and username I should also install an extra program putty as I cannot change This with winscp

    P.s have a read at my FaceTime post on ipad3 forum
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    Can anyone confirm the above ?
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    Please help out here, i can install the gear no probs winscp laptop and openssh+togglessh no problems but i dont no how yo change default password ? Do i need to install putty to change it ?
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    I don't know how to use PuTTY, which is why I suggested you use i-FunBox. So, I can't help you with that if the instructions aren't clear...

    There is another option: You could go to Cydia and install Mobile Terminal. This will allow you to input the commands I listed in the posts above once you launch it.

    Again and yes, as a general rule, it's WinSCP for files management and PuTTY for commands.

    Marilyn
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    Cheers mate will have to get ma head round it and give it a go at somepoint much appreciated .

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