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Jailbreak iOS 6.0 And 6.1 Devices Under Linux Using evasi0n

iOS jailbreak tool “evasi0n” allows you to jailbreak any iPhone (including iPhone 5), iPod touch, iPad and iPad mini models running iOS 6.0.x and 6.1, from Windows, Mac and of course, Linux. Jailbreaking iOS devices may not be as popular as it used to be, but it’s still nice to know you can do this from Linux.The evasi0n source code isn’t available, but there are binaries available for Linux – according to the readme, all you need is Linux Kernel 2.6.24+ and GTK2 2.24.13+. However, that would mean evasi0n wouldn’t work in Ubuntu 12.04 which uses an older GTK2 version (2.24.10), but I’ve tried the application in Ubuntu 12.04 and I was able to run it so it seems it doesn’t strictly require GTK2 2.24.13+. Besides Ubuntu 12.04, the application should work with Ubuntu 12.10, Fedora 17 and 18, etc.Because I don’t own any Apple products (so no device running iOS), unfortunately I couldn’t test evasi0n so you’re on your own here. Before using it, remember to back up all your data!To use it under Linux, extract the downloaded the archive and run the “evasi0n” script which should run the binary for your architecture, or directly run the “evasi0n.x86″ binary for

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