Problem with Apple TV 2 - 4.3.1 with Jailbreak - Printable Version
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- johnviz - 2011-04-06 20:57
That is incorrect, both that on Pwnagetool and the SSH.
1. PwnageTool causes XBMC to not find SMB Drives
2. It also causes a no audio error on all the movie files
As far as SSH, depending on which tool you used to jailbreak:
1. If you used PT, then after jailbreak go to nitoTV and install OpenSSH
2. If you used Seas0npass, OpenSSH is automatically installed right out of the box.
- dtviewer - 2011-04-06 20:58
anileda15 Wrote:I think its not due to the pwnageTool. xbmc is not yet ready for 4.3.1.
Half way correct.
XBMC IS working well with 4.3.1.
But as has been said above, xbmc is NOT working well with jailbreaks done with pwnagetool.
Your issue above isnt due to pwnagetool, but if you dont re-jailbreak with seasonpass you WILL run into some major problems with xbmc.
Jailbreak with seasonpass.
- anileda15 - 2011-04-06 20:59
But OpenSSH is already installed.
Shall I delete it and reinstall?
I just tried and I cant remove OpenSSH through Nito
- johnviz - 2011-04-06 21:04
If OpenSSH is installed and you confirmed this, it should be operational. What program are you using to SSH? Are you on a Mac using Terminal or Windows using PuTTy?
Do you get to a login screen or it doesn't even make it that far?
- sandom - 2011-04-06 21:04
anileda15 Wrote:Hi Viz
I think you are refering to your WARNING message you got popping up on you iMac. That is because you used the same ip-address twice. You will be able to use ssh if you type in the following:
ssh-keygen -R 192.168.1.20
in your case!
Then use seas0npass and install the nightly via ssh
- Memphiz - 2011-04-06 21:28
@pretsam ... it is constant static on ac3 and dts passthrough ... if this works for you with the untethered jb then it seems apple fucked up this ... maybe while fixing their hdmi handshake issues? ... so which audio receiver are you using? ... my yamaha receiver worked fine on 4.2.1 without issues (connected via hdmi) ... maybe the number of working receiver brands has decreased now ...
- pretsam - 2011-04-06 21:54
Memphiz Wrote:@pretsam ... it is constant static on ac3 and dts passthrough ... if this works for you with the untethered jb then it seems apple fucked up this ... maybe while fixing their hdmi handshake issues? ... so which audio receiver are you using? ... my yamaha receiver worked fine on 4.2.1 without issues (connected via hdmi) ... maybe the number of working receiver brands has decreased now ...
Yea I don't have any issues with untethered either on sound it all plays fine. I am using hdmi for video and optical for audio. It all connects to a Samsung HT system in a box. Correct me if I am wrong but the optical won't pass through DTS will it doesn't it get remuxed? I've tried AC3 though and it's been fine. I would try straight HDMI for ya but this cheap receiver doesn't even have hdmi input.
- Memphiz - 2011-04-06 22:01
Did you restore to the original ios version before doing the untethered jb or straight from tethered to untethered? ... i'll try optical out later ...
don't know with dts ... at least it is passed through with hdmi ...
- pretsam - 2011-04-06 22:04
Memphiz Wrote:Did you restore to the original ios version before doing the untethered jb or straight from tethered to untethered? ... i'll try optical out later ...
I went from tethered to untethered never went back to the original IOS.. I haven't had original IOS on it since it came out of the box when I got it. The only software i've put on it as well is XBMC if that helps at all.
- Olof.n - 2011-04-06 22:10
I'm completely green at this, I bought my ATV2 a week ago and happened to update it to OS 4.3. Then I found out that I had to jailbreak it for it to be of some kind of use. The seasonpass jailbreak is working for me and I've followed the steps to install XBMC through Terminal (Macbook pro). Now I'm wondering how I'll get the streaming part in XBMC to work.. nothing seems to help. I've set up a folder in Finder with SMB-sharing but i can't seem to access it.
How and where to i locate my folder?
I've tried "Add videos" by referring to "afp://192.168.1.x/Movies", "SMB://192.168.1.x/Movies", "afp://192.168.1.x", "SMB://192.168.1.x" as well as just the IP-address. One time I added the Folder-path although it stated it couldn't be reached due to network issues, and that folder now doesn't seems to be deletable.. is that so?
Thanks in advance for any tips!