#40 ✓duplicate
Andreas Nordal

Segmentation fault in libiphone-initconf when run as root

Reported by Andreas Nordal | April 22nd, 2009 @ 09:18 PM

Here is what happens when I run "libiphone-initconf" as root:


This program generates keys required to connect with the iPhone
It only needs to be run ONCE.

Additionally it may take several minutes to run, please be patient.

Generating key... done
Generating key... done
Generating root certificate...done
Generating host certificate...done
init_config_file(): setting hostID to 56532259-D33C-7A07-F7B6-F4CA0E62FE2B

(process:16724): GLib-CRITICAL **: g_io_channel_write_chars: assertion `channel !=NULL' failed

(process:16724): GLib-CRITICAL **: g_io_channel_shutdown: assertion `channel != NULL' failed

(process:16724): GLib-CRITICAL **: g_io_channel_unref: assertion `channel != NULL'failed
Segmentation fault

If I run it as myself, I get:


This program generates keys required to connect with the iPhone
It only needs to be run ONCE.

Additionally it may take several minutes to run, please be patient.

Generating key... done
Generating key... done
Generating root certificate...done
Generating host certificate...done
init_config_file(): setting hostID to 785878F4-03F6-91AD-F9BF-DD5D37FB5962

I have downloaded and compiled both libplist and libiphone within the last hour. Before that, I had the same problem with a version of libiphone that I downloaded some time in March.

For your information, I NEED to be root to mount my ipod touch.

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A project around supporting the iPhone in Linux.

See http://libimobiledevice.org

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