cm7 /system/xbin & #dropbear -D
This thread is informative with a question at the end.
Just to let you know there's plenty of useful binaries in the CM7 distro you can pull from system/xbin
add-property-tag bash check-lost+found dbus-send hciconfig irssi lmptest opcontrol procmem rsync showmap su
agent bdaddr cpueater dexdump hcidump l2ping nano openvpn procrank scotest showslab tcpdump
attest btool crasher directiotest hcitool l2test nc openvpn-up.sh rawbu scp sqlite3 timeinfo
avinfo bttest daemonize dropbear hstest latencytop netperf oprofiled rctest sdptest ssh vfp-crasher
avtest busybox dbus-monitor dropbearkey htop librank netserver powertop rfcomm sftp-server strace vim
Unfortunately it seems dropbear doesn't include X11 or -D dynamic socks port forwarding(-D option), it's just not in the source ( http://talk.maemo.org/showthread.php?t=2991&page=2
). And I haven't managed to get any other ssh client to work. Have you had any other luck with any ssh clients? I've tried:
- BTEP ssh (can't connect to update server)
- sshTunnel (gets confused with a password prompt that isn't standard for one time passwords)
The idea is to get OperaMobile to connect to 127.0.0.1:8080 via Opera:config. (OperaMini doesn't support this), then you have a secure connection when on openwifi.
RSS feed for NookTouch Dev forum: http://forum.xda-developers.com/exte...&forumids=1201
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Refer to each phone by it's model name where possible - i.e. "i9000", not "Galaxy S"