Last week my xperia mini ST15i just updated to 4.1.B.0.587
I am going to root, unlock bootloader and install custom rom on my phone, but looks like there is no clear instruction on how to root it...
I did found some instruction though, but i am not sure which is good :
2) http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1568792 (Should I fo
Void_Walker wrote:Is the owner of the homefolder root with group root (root:root)? Try to change the group as well as the user with chown -R voidwalker:wheel /home/voidwalker ofc with your username Everything still says root root after i tried that
Have followed this instruction
I want to do recovery
I have chosen recovery menu then the phone becomes black .
I know root file is on the sd card .... what am I missing.
The phone is unlock thas was successful when i follow the movie instruction.
hope for help
I just installed Lubuntu as a user. It didn't ask me
anything during the install about root, or what root
password I would like. So now, when I need root to
change /etc/fstab or /etc/rc.local, I can't. When I
try to set up root admin in Users Accounts, it says
there already is a root. Nobody said nothing to ME
about setting up a root account.
I have a tar file. This was copied to my system as root.The ls -l on the tar file shows the owner as root. When I untarred it and did ls -l, instead of root I see
a number for the files that are unatarred. I was expecting the owner for the files
untarred to be root.
Problem, [03:23][root@TMDellCB:/root]# ssh owner@TMHomeCB
ssh: connect to host TMHomeCB port 22: No route to host
[03:24][root@TMDellCB:/root]# ssh [email protected]
ssh: connect to host 192.168.2.10 port 22: No route to host SOLVED. I forgot that I shutdown TMHomeCB.Though the above error, was replaced with a new error. [02:20][owner@TMDellCB:/home/owner]$ ssh owner@tmhomecb