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Ivano Bilenchi
Software engineer, CompEng MS student • Creator of iCleaner for iOS devices • Research assistant
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Ivano Bilenchi Jan 19
Replying to @SynnyG_R @coolstarorg
Nope, it cannot get root as of right now
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Ivano Bilenchi Jan 13
Replying to @JunesIphone
I feel you, /pat
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Ivano Bilenchi Jan 13
ICYMI, since I keep getting requests for iOS 11 support. Also, no point in releasing anything right now since neither Cydia nor dpkg are available.
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Ivano Bilenchi Jan 13
Replying to @Problem_Ios
Nope
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Ivano Bilenchi Jan 13
[Release] Pro 7.6.4 is now available on my Cydia repo. It fixes a nasty crash some of you were experiencing 😅
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Ivano Bilenchi Jan 13
Replying to @Antique_Dev
Won’t work on 10.3.x and 11 though. If you need to support everything, just use postinst to remove the launch script on iOS 10 and later
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Ivano Bilenchi Jan 13
Replying to @Antique_Dev
To be clearer: remove the launch script and just leave the main binary with setuid permissions. It will work fine on iOS 10+ (and probably earlier than that). Interposing a launch script was only needed on older iOS versions, now it actually breaks the app ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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Ivano Bilenchi Jan 13
Replying to @Antique_Dev
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Ivano Bilenchi Jan 13
Replying to @Antique_Dev
You probably need to read my previous reply
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Ivano Bilenchi Jan 13
Replying to @Antique_Dev
On iOS 10.3 and later you don’t need to use a launch script, otherwise the app will be killed by launchd. Just use a setuid binary with right permissions
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Ivano Bilenchi Jan 13
Replying to @Antique_Dev
Tiny bit outdated, but glad it was of some use 😊
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Ivano Bilenchi Jan 9
Replying to @PIIPPERI800
Alright. I don’t see any dm though, other than your old one
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Ivano Bilenchi Jan 8
Replying to @snapdra40064917
Device and iOS version?
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Ivano Bilenchi Jan 7
Replying to @nullriver @Andywiik
Exactly, it was pretty much meant for dealing with a ton of data. For the things you mentioned even a traditional sql backend would be more than enough (even for BigBoss sized repos, provided you store debs and resources on the fs)
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Ivano Bilenchi Jan 7
Replying to @nullriver @Andywiik
I doubt a Cydia repo would even come close to the amount of data needed to slow down a mongo data store considerably 😜 but yeah, you have a point
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Ivano Bilenchi Jan 7
Replying to @Andywiik @nullriver
Ah so you’re also storing debs in there, I was thinking just screenshots (in which case BSON would’ve been enough). GridFS works best then
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Ivano Bilenchi Jan 7
Replying to @Andywiik
None at all, it’s meant for that. Iirc there are limitations on the size of stuff you can put in BSON objects, but for a few MBs you’re fine
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Ivano Bilenchi Jan 7
Replying to @saranshk
Storage memory on the root filesystem, which is different from what you see in the settings app (that’s the data filesystem)
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Ivano Bilenchi Jan 7
Replying to @RealMasterMrx
I am, keep an eye on my twitter
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Ivano Bilenchi Jan 7
Replying to @saranshk
iCleaner Pro is pretty big when expanded, don’t refer to the package size. You need ~20-30MB free as a bare minimum
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