ATV2 Mysql advancedsettings.xml

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dragonbain Offline
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Hello everyone,

I have done a search on the forums and across Google, I have come up with the advancedsettings.xml file information but, I do not know how to make it/get it on the atv2. In all the forum searching and even looking at the wiki page, which is great, i do not know how to create the file on the atv2. I know what to put in there, just do not know how to get it there.

I am using a Synology DS2411+ got MySQL running everything is good to go I have a HTPC running great in the living room I just need to finish the ATV2 for the bedroom.

Am I stupid and every time I read the wiki my eyes skip over the part about how to get the .xml file to the ATV2?

Thank you for the help.

XBMC crew...DAMN you guys are great!
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deanmv Offline
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The big red bit on the wiki Wink "NOTE! This file will not exist unless created by the end-user, meaning YOU! "

Open up a text editor (notepad or the like) and create the advanced settings file yourself. (see examples here: http://wiki.xbmc.org/index.php?title=Use...tings.xml)

Then put the file onto your ATV2 into the /private/var/mobile/Library/Preferences/XBMC/userdata/ folder.

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dragonbain Offline
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Got all of that, except the part of putting it on the ATV2. How do I get the file on to the atv2? What commands or ftp or ash? Which way and how, step by step.
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Ned Scott Offline
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Same basic idea as: HOW-TO:Install an add-on from a zip file on ATV2

You can make easy links to the XBMC wiki using double brackets around words: [[debug log]] = debug log, [[Add-on:YouTube]] = Add-on:YouTube, [[Adding videos to the library]] = Adding videos to the library, [[userdata]] = userdata, etc
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Jonny10 Offline
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You'll need to use SFTP to create, edit or upload the file. < Guide >. (I use WinSCP instead)

Do so in the /private/var/mobile/Library/Preferences/XBMC/userdata directory like deanmv mentioned.

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(This post was last modified: 2012-04-07 20:51 by Jonny10.)
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