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Old 03-16-2007, 12:32 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Karl has released a new stable MidpSSH, v1.6.0, on 27 Feb - didn't see anyone here catch it, I just saw it last night while reinstalling. This is the first new release in over a year.

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http://www.xk72.com/midpssh/

WAP install link to send to your phone:
http://xk72.com/wap

"Version 1.6 includes support for Keyboard Interactive authentication and an HTTP proxy solution for people behind telco firewalls."
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Old 03-16-2007, 04:59 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I keep getting an open tunnel error. Is there something I need to configure for the t-mobile network?
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I keep getting an open tunnel error. Is there something I need to configure for the t-mobile network?
Go into options -> advanced -> tcp and put in "wap.voicestream.com" as the APN, leave user/pass blank. This is the #1 asked question (probably) on all of BBF, the search button is your friend.
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Good find! Installed and working fine.
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I am having all kinds of trouble using this. I have SSH2 auth setup on my server, always have, always will.

Now, how in the heck do I use my current keyfile with this so I can login!?
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I installed the for the first time yesterday (version 1.6.0). I am using T-mobile and have added the wap.voicestream.com to the APN under TCP. I am trying to use the telnet connection and still get Session Error
Writer:Open Tunnel- failure. I have talked to T-mobile and then even sent me to RIMM for assistance. Still no luck. Any one have any suggestions.
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hey hacd - here's my settings, maybe one of them will help. I'm using Midpssh 1.6.0 using the BIS T-Mobile data plan, I just connected to a server to verify it's working.

midpssh -> settings -> network
http proxy mode: off, polling I/O: off

settings -> advanced -> tcp
APN: wap.voicestream.com

settings -> securuty -> TLS
TLS default: Handheld

I can't remember why I have the TLS set to 'Handheld', some app needed it that way (or maybe some website?) that I had to change it.
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Here's one for you guys:

I'm using this but when I try to put in ls to do a directory listing on my server, suretype is converting it to Ls. How do I get it to NOT capitalize the letter?
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Found it on their site:

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When you enter text on the Blackberry it often capitalises the first character of the word. Unfortunately this is currently an unresolved problem. You have to delete the first character and re-type it.

A simple work around is to lead your line with a semi-colon.
Not sure what they mean with the semi-colon. Doing so simply sends ;ls to the server, which is no good.
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Not sure what they mean with the semi-colon. Doing so simply sends ;ls to the server, which is no good.
The semi is a bad tip, it won't work. The semi is used on the cmdline to separate multiple commands from one another that are normally on new lines (like a for loop). Starting a line with a semi by itself and no command (sic) in front of it will result in a syntax error.

These are the same:

Code:
for ii in *.tar.gz; do
  echo $ii
done
Code:
for ii in *.tar.gz; do echo $ii; done;
I frequently use the latter to whip out quick file processing loops on the cmdline without having to resort to a script (I have some serious doozy one-liners ).

I have the same problem with the cap letter -- try using your ! instead, for instance !ls and !exit, as a workaround. If you're just typing a simple one-binary command like ls, cd, etc. it works fine -- it will print the command on the stdout, but it works. (this is not what you're supposed to use the reserved ! for, but any port in a storm!).
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