Which AT&T data plans are compatible?
spam2 at eflamenco.com
Wed Jul 30 04:51:08 CEST 2008
And, of course, you asked to SSH into your phone, not sftp. D'oh.
In this case, using lint-wifi's status tab, you can see what IP your router
has assigned to your phone, then open a terminal window and type:
ssh root@[ip for your device]
leave the password empty
> Not sure if that question was directed to me or Ian. I assume Ian, but
> maybe I can take a stab at it.
> Unless I'm completely misunderstanding, you're asking if it's possible to
> create an SSH connection to your phone via a wireless network?
> I can do that, if my phone is connected to my home wireless network.
> As I recall, on my Ubuntu box, if my phone is connected to my wireless
> network (via the lint-wifi gui, for example), I can see it on my Ubuntu
> box by going to "Places" > "Network". I can then sftp into the phone.
> But this may not be what you're asking for.
> Josh Monson wrote:
>> Excuse me if I have missed previous posts on this...
>> Is it possible to ssh to your phone over public IP space yet?
>> With the ability then to setup a webserver, ftp site, or something
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