Bye-bye iSSH, hello prompt

Before i upgraded to ios9 i was using iSSH app for when i needed ssh into a server. I'm not really doing to much work over ssh directly but is mostly using vnc (iTeleport) to get a screen copy and using my normal desktop in meetings and when im out and about.

But the x11vnx server has a small enoying bug. If you get disconnected for some network error there is a chanse that the server will hang in a state where it will not accept new connections.

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Uppgrading to IOS6

After a number of weeks that itunes has nagged me “There is a new version of IOS for you phone…” I decided to take the step and upgrade.

Upgrading with the itunes in virtualbox is a bit tricky as you reboot the device a few times and then virtual box looses the connection with the device and you have to “plug” it in again. Its not hard to do but you have to keep looking at it. And as I now had wifi enabled i decided to do it over that instead.

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My top iphone app list 04 – GroupQ

When I got my Iphone is was mostly ok. I could get most of my stuff working directly without to much work. You have to have a windows box (Virtualbox works for me) with itunes in to be able to sync it, but that’s OK. I kind of did know about that even before I get the phone.

But one thing that threw me off a bit to start with was that there is NO way in the standard programs to handle groups for you contacts. if you sync you contacts for outlook or any other desktop it will work but you have to set the groups there.

GroupQ allows you to work with the groups on the iphone.


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iphone in a linux world

So for some time ago, well its now almost 4 month ago, I decided to take the jump and start using IOS on a iphone 4. My old trusty palm tungsten was getting on the old side and it was time for something new. SO this series I start here will be a not of how to get it working on Linux and then the top applications I found necessary for me and my work. Continue reading