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Discussion in 'Motorola Droid 2 Development' started by Eousphoros, Sep 12, 2010.
Also I recommend using the busybox sh.
The up arrow should give you what you want
Up arrow gives ^[[A
- busybox sh
- set -o vi
That's what I did.
It works for you?
EDIT: Got it.
NEwbie here. after entering ./rageagainstthe cage-arm5.bin it says it cannot find adb. No such file or directory. any ideas? Thanks
So I was rooted with easyroot before the update and I really want to get rooted again. My problem has been that all I have are Macs. When I saw this thread I definitely got excited. So, my question is: will this work on Moto Droid? Also, I have easyroot, Rom manager, and Busybox still installed. Would I need to get rid of any of them that could cause complications? Thanks
First, many thanks for the guide, Eousphoros.
Second, is there an extra step that some of us need to do? I'm stuck at the same point as abruns, I run './rage*.bin' (it mentions not finding adb before quitting), force close the terminal, reopen, and I'm still stuck with a $, not a #.
Try enabling USB debugging. Lemme know if that works.
EDIT: so I just tried disabling USB debugging and got this error. So enabling USB debugging should fix that. I have updated the guide. Thanks for the catch.
Yep, that's what it needed.
http://www.droidforums.net/forum/droid-2-rooted-help/75277-rooting-mac-osx.html is a good spot to check.
With all the command line questions...anyone know where the pipe symbol is? I gave up looking for it on my Droid 1 long ago in Terminal Emulator.
The only place I have found it is in the symbol section of the swype keyboard app.
It's on the regular virtual keyboard too. I used it and I don't use swype.