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  1. kfernandes29's Avatar
    Is anyone else getting a Jailbreak Failed message after restoring from the Dingleberry'ed backup and trying to dingle-ssh into the playbook? It tells me that /tmp/setuidgid: cannot be located.

    Anyone have any advice on this? I'm on the OS 2 beta with Dingleberry v2.11

    Thanks in advance.
    12-07-11 12:30 PM
  2. ilfranzoso's Avatar
    im in the same condition.... if some one have some idea....
    12-07-11 12:32 PM
  3. kfernandes29's Avatar
    If you figure it out, let me know please.
    12-07-11 12:48 PM
  4. bbaddict30's Avatar
    I think @cmwdotme posted a fix for that on his twitter feed
    12-07-11 01:21 PM
  5. SlcCorrado's Avatar
    I think @cmwdotme posted a fix for that on his twitter feed
    Not that I can see, and I have been following it very closely. Every other version on DB crashed on me as the command prompt was opening up. After upgrading DB to 2.11 I managed to get as far as the other people who posted in this thread. I think this problem has something to do with the backup file. Not sure though. It would be really great if someone with some deeper knowledge on the subject, would point us in the right direction
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    12-07-11 01:39 PM
  6. balding1's Avatar
    I'm in the same boat on DB 2.11.
    Everything runs and installs fine till the /tmp/setuidgid: cannot be located.
    Tried on 2 playbooks with a laptop and desktop running windows7
    12-07-11 01:59 PM
  7. anthonyquarella's Avatar
    I spent about 3 hours last night trying to get the thing to work -- no luck. I would go through the jailbreak, backup, restore the hacked backup, dingle ssh, and permission denied every time. I was told to just keep trying to restore again. That was with 0.5.1.

    Just tried 2.11, and I get the jailbreak failed message when trying to Dingle SSH. I'm on a mac at work, so I can't go through the full jailbreak process, but I just realized that I had the password turned on for file sharing. I think this might have been my issue. Can you guys check this out and try it again??
    12-07-11 02:12 PM
  8. balding1's Avatar
    My password as always been off
    12-07-11 02:18 PM
  9. Jandrsn36's Avatar
    I spent about 3 hours last night trying to get the thing to work -- no luck. I would go through the jailbreak, backup, restore the hacked backup, dingle ssh, and permission denied every time. I was told to just keep trying to restore again. That was with 0.5.1.

    Just tried 2.11, and I get the jailbreak failed message when trying to Dingle SSH. I'm on a mac at work, so I can't go through the full jailbreak process, but I just realized that I had the password turned on for file sharing. I think this might have been my issue. Can you guys check this out and try it again??
    Mine is off and im getting the same message, "jailbreak failed"
    12-07-11 02:19 PM
  10. anthonyquarella's Avatar
    Mine is off and im getting the same message, "jailbreak failed"
    Was it off for the initial jailbreak, backup, and restore?
    12-07-11 02:21 PM
  11. Jandrsn36's Avatar
    Yes it was, its always been off, only file sharing and wifi is on, there is nothing anyone can see yet for me to password protect it.
    12-07-11 02:25 PM
  12. anthonyquarella's Avatar
    Damn, I was really hoping that was it. I don't understand how this has worked so well for some and not at all for others, no matter how strictly directions are followed.
    12-07-11 02:29 PM
  13. Jandrsn36's Avatar
    Yeah it sucks, guess we will just have to wait and see if someone more knowledgeable about this can chime in.
    12-07-11 02:31 PM
  14. kfernandes29's Avatar
    Yes! I'm in.

    I went into Desktop Manager and "Forgot the Device". Then I re-ran DingleBerry, ran the jailbreak process again and restored the backup, Desktop Manager told me there was an error restoring the backup but I tried to SSH anyway and all is well.

    I just converted the rsa file that Dingleberry produces using PuTTY and then loaded that into my SSH session in WinSCP. And I now have complete file access!
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    12-07-11 02:53 PM
  15. arvindh's Avatar
    Yes! I'm in.

    I went into Desktop Manager and "Forgot the Device". Then I re-ran DingleBerry, ran the jailbreak process again and restored the backup, Desktop Manager told me there was an error restoring the backup but I tried to SSH anyway and all is well.

    I just converted the rsa file that Dingleberry produces using PuTTY and then loaded that into my SSH session in WinSCP. And I now have complete file access!
    i have the file access too.. did you use "root" "devuser"as username??

    also, have you tried installing the market yet?
    12-07-11 02:56 PM
  16. kfernandes29's Avatar
    i have the file access too.. did you use "root" "devuser"as username??

    also, have you tried installing the market yet?
    I'm going to do that right now. I logged in as root. Should I try as devuser?
    12-07-11 02:57 PM
  17. arvindh's Avatar
    I'm going to do that right now. I logged in as root. Should I try as devuser?
    how did you login as "root"?? i got an error and I then I had tried logging in as "devuser" and it worked.

    moreover do you see system folder when you login through winSCP
    12-07-11 03:08 PM
  18. kfernandes29's Avatar
    how did you login as "root"?? i got an error and I then I had tried logging in as "devuser" and it worked.

    moreover do you see system folder when you login through winSCP
    I just logged in as user "root" and loaded up the converted RSA file along with the connection. I have access to every folder in the root directory.
    12-07-11 03:10 PM
  19. arvindh's Avatar
    I just logged in as user "root" and loaded up the converted RSA file along with the connection. I have access to every folder in the root directory.
    can you provide a couple of screenshots of where the system folder is located?
    12-07-11 03:18 PM
  20. SlcCorrado's Avatar
    Yes! I'm in.

    I went into Desktop Manager and "Forgot the Device". Then I re-ran DingleBerry, ran the jailbreak process again and restored the backup, Desktop Manager told me there was an error restoring the backup but I tried to SSH anyway and all is well.

    I just converted the rsa file that Dingleberry produces using PuTTY and then loaded that into my SSH session in WinSCP. And I now have complete file access!
    That ended up working for me as well. I'm pretty sure you should get an error while restoring. It worked for me after that
    12-07-11 03:24 PM
  21. SlcCorrado's Avatar
    can you provide a couple of screenshots of where the system folder is located?
    Haha I should have read on... You guys are ahead of me. I'm still trying to get in through winSCP. Root or devuser didn't work as usernames to log in
    12-07-11 03:29 PM
  22. kfernandes29's Avatar
    Haha I should have read on... You guys are ahead of me. I'm still trying to get in through winSCP. Root or devuser didn't work as usernames to log in
    Did you convert the RSA file that dingleberry creates?

    Also, you need to have your dingle-ssh connection open in order to log in through WinSCP. At least that's what I'm noticing on my end lol
    Last edited by kfernandes29; 12-07-11 at 03:34 PM.
    12-07-11 03:32 PM
  23. arvindh's Avatar
    here is mine... Seems like there is an issue somewhere
    12-07-11 03:37 PM
  24. kfernandes29's Avatar
    here is mine... Seems like there is an issue somewhere
    That's because you're logged in as devuser

    The same comes up for me when I log in as devuser. Logging in as root gives you access to the system folder
    12-07-11 03:42 PM
  25. SlcCorrado's Avatar
    here is mine... Seems like there is an issue somewhere
    That's strange. You're screenshot says that user and groups both have rwx privileges. I'm not getting that. I converted the rsa key to a .ppk. However I can only log in using devuser as a username and unfortunately that is not allowing me the write privilege. Shouldn't I be logged in as user anyways? I only have 2 semesters of half-***** linux under my belt sooo... Yeah, kind of a noob here. Any help?
    12-07-11 03:46 PM
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