Monday, January 19, 2009

What is iPhone root access password?


In iPhone, you can't use this password to use "sudo", but you can still gain root access
In terminal, type "su" and enter pwd "alpine", then you enter root mode.
Really funny that sudo's password is not su's


Li Ruizhe said...



Junxian Huang said...

How did u find here? :)

I'm confused. I know "su" means "switch user" and its pwd is root. No problem. The "sudo"'s pwd is stored in a file called "sudoers" which is specified by admin. In this case, it is not necessary the same as root's pwd, correct?

Junxian Huang said...

One more question:
Do u know how to access "" with user name "storm" ?
I never successfully connect to it after I come to US