My ATV was bought before the "take 2" version 2. Does that mean my factory restore will go all the way back to v1?
Any progress on a patch for v2.3?
I tried running patchstick on restored 1.1 - But I have had no luck in getting the SSH started. Any advice?
So it sounds like there are 3 options for restoring:
1. wait for a 2.3 patch
2. re-install the 2.2 OS from http://mesu.apple.com/data/OS/061-52...2Z694-5499.dmg and follow instructions per http://wiki.awkwardtv.org/wiki/OSupdate. The problem with that is that the OSupdate download fails and you need it.
3. run the script per Davila:
sudo find / -name xbmc-8.10_update.sh -print
one up from that path is the directory that contaings the xbmc dmg.
run the bmc-8.10_update.sh passing the path to the dmg.
The problem with that this fails:
-bash-2.05b$ sh ./xbmc-8.10_update.sh
Installing from diskimage
hdiutil: attach: missing <image>
Usage: hdiutil attach [options] <image>
hdiutil attach -help
rm: /Applications/XBMC.app: No such file or directory
cp: /Volumes/XBMC/XBMC.app: No such file or directory
hdiutil: detach failed - No such file or directory
rm: /Users/frontrow/Movies/XBMC: No such file or directory
How can I confirm that I've disabled auto-update?
I tried to disable auto-update, but when I go to manual update, ATV tells me that an update is available. I interpret this as meaning that it is still connecting to the apple update server, so I think my attempt to disable auto-update failed.
Any way to check?
I just tried the osupdate, but I got the following error:
sudo: unable to execute ./osupdate: Bad CPU type in executable
Has anyone else been successful with this method?