Redsn0w on Linux – Jailbreak your device on Linux machines

Redsn0w on Linux – Ways to run Redsn0w at your Linux machine

There is not a Redsn0w on Linux version for you to download, but there are a few ways that allow you to run windows software on Linux machines. The first tip for all the Linux users, is to first look for an alternative way to jailbreak your iDevice in Linux, and if that fails follow the next tips to run Redsn0w on Linux. If you are lucky enough and your iDevice has the 6 to 6.1.2 iOS version on it, you can download the latest Evasi0n version from our Download Area (Download Evasi0n Area) and visit our Evasi0n Jailbreaking tutorial (How to Jailbreak with Evasi0n tutorial) , to jailbreak your device untetheredly.

Ways to run Redsn0w on Linux and Jailbreak your iDevice

Although Linux has many years on its back, there are certain occasions that Windows applications are needed, so a way should be invented to run them on Linux machines.

Redsn0w does not have a Linux version (Only Windows and Mac) like Evasi0n jailbreaking tool, so a different approach is needed in order to run it. Wine is one of the most popular tools for Linux, that can run Windows applications on Linux machines, and this is what you should go for.

How Whine works and how you can run Redsn0w on Linux with it?

Whine is an implementation of the Windows API on Linux machines, but it is not working perfectly because Microsoft is not publishing all the required information for a 100% re-implementation. Fortunately, Redsn0w on Linux has been tested and it is working great, so all you have to do is to install Whine to your Linux machine and through that, run the redsn0w.exe file to proceed with the jailbreak.

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Redsn0w on Linux tips

Redsn0w on Linux tips