Heres the instructions in script form (for MAC/Linux users) to make your life easier. Open up terminal.app make a directory in you home folder create a blank file and name it whatever you want
make it executable,
open the file for writing
chmod 700 getboxeelogs.sh
copy the following text into it and fill in values with your info
and run it from there. It dosent strip out the passwords and such but it'll get everything in one place. If you need to remove passwords from the file you should comment out the last line so it wont tar the files
ATV= #Put ATV IP here
USER=frontrow #ATV user, most likely its frontrow
BOXEEUSER= #Your Boxee username
scp $USER@$ATV:/Library/Logs/Console/501/console.log .
scp $USER@$ATV:/Users/frontrow/Library/Logs/CrashReporter/CrashReporter.log .
scp $USER@$ATV:/Users/frontrow/Library/Logs/boxee.log .
scp $USER@$ATV:/Users/frontrow/Library/Logs/boxee.old.log .
tar cvzf $BOXEEUSER_atv.tgz console.log CrashReporter.log boxee.log boxee.old.log
and then run the tar command manually after.
#tar cvzf $BOXEEUSER_atv.tgz console.log CrashReporter.log boxee.log boxee.old.log
If you guys could tell me what format the line is in with usernames and passwords ill make the script strip them out automatically. I use NFS shares so my logs don't contain any password info for me to clean. And yes I agree with giovannisp the passwords should be blanked out in the log files from the start.