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Eden Final? RC1
#31
simbafish Wrote:As reported, upgrading XBMC on the ATV1 (silver) from Eden Beta 3 to Eden RC 1 resulted in NO AUDIO. Everything else seems to be working fine. Going back to vers. 10.0, I have audio, but reinstalling to RC 1, no audio again. Rebooting Finder, ATV, pulling plug etc has no effect. I have created a public bug report at http://pastebin.com/TXsrVXNB, but where do I file this report? Just here on this forum or elsewhere? Thanks for your help.

Platform: ATV1 (silver)
iOS 3.0.2
XBMC Eden RC 1
Downloaded and installed within ATV1
My full debug report can be found at http://pastebin.com/TXsrVXNB

did you use the method I linked to specifically install beta3?
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#32
Yes, thank you, but I don't understand how to do it. What it said was:
If you know your *nix:

* SSH into your AppleTV1
* wget http://mirrors.xbmc.org/releases/osx..._beta1-x86.dmg
* wget http://atv-xbmc-launcher.googlecode....9.04_update.sh
* chmod +x xbmc-9.04_update.sh
* ./xbmc-9.04_update.sh xbmc-11.0-Eden_beta1-x86.dmg
* sudo reboot #(or kill Finder)

Could you walk me through?

The XBMC Eden Beta 3 that I downloaded last night is "xbmc-Eden_beta3-xbmcbuntu". Inside are three folders: casper,isolinux and preseed. Is this the right download for ATV1? I have Beta 3 running on my iMac. Fortunately I never upgraded to RC 1. Is there any way to get it from the iMac to ATV (SSH)?

I may not know the language, but if I don't try, I will never learn.
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#33
Operating Systems 101

Apple uses iOS

Linux uses Linux (eg. xbmcbuntu)
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#34
simbafish Wrote:Yes, thank you, but I don't understand how to do it. What it said was:
If you know your *nix:

* SSH into your AppleTV1
* wget http://mirrors.xbmc.org/releases/osx..._beta1-x86.dmg
* wget http://atv-xbmc-launcher.googlecode....9.04_update.sh
* chmod +x xbmc-9.04_update.sh
* ./xbmc-9.04_update.sh xbmc-11.0-Eden_beta1-x86.dmg
* sudo reboot #(or kill Finder)

Could you walk me through?

The XBMC Eden Beta 3 that I downloaded last night is "xbmc-Eden_beta3-xbmcbuntu". Inside are three folders: casper,isolinux and preseed. Is this the right download for ATV1? I have Beta 3 running on my iMac. Fortunately I never upgraded to RC 1. Is there any way to get it from the iMac to ATV (SSH)?

I may not know the language, but if I don't try, I will never learn.

Right, forget xbmcbuntu. It's a full linux install, a modified version of Ubuntu, I doubt that's what you're looking for! What you need to do is:

open a terminal on your mac and type


when it asks for a password type in frontrow

then copy and paste these commands into your terminal window one at a time (if any give you an error message, stop at this point and paste the error message here):

Code:
wget http://mirrors.xbmc.org/releases/osx/xbmc-11.0-Eden_beta3-x86.dmg

this gets the beta3 for mac (which is what the atv1 runs)

then

Code:
wget http://atv-xbmc-launcher.googlecode.com/svn/tags/xbmc-info/scripts/xbmc-9.04_update.sh

this downloads a script that is capable of mounting the dmg image you got in the first step and installing the xbmc binary located in it

then

Code:
chmod +x xbmc-9.04_update.sh

this makes the script executable so that we can run it as a program

then

Code:
./xbmc-9.04_update.sh xbmc-11.0-Eden_beta3-x86.dmg

this line runs the script and supplies the file you downloaded in the first step as an argument. This is what actually gets the business done of installing xbmc for you

then, finally:

Code:
killall Finder

this restarts the UI - give it about 10 seconds. When you re-enter the launcher, your new (old in this case!) xbmc should be ready to go

to exit the ssh session, simply type:

Code:
exit

then close the terminal window.

I've broken it down for you so you can see why each step is necessary and what it actually does. Hopefully this will reduce the gobbledygook factor a bit! Best way to learn is to have a go.....
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#35
castalla Wrote:Operating Systems 101

Apple uses iOS

Linux uses Linux (eg. xbmcbuntu)

Sorry, but the ATV1 uses a modified version of Tiger OS X 10.4, not iOS. ATV2 use iOS.

Simbafish needs a Mac x86 dmg built using the 10.4 sdk....
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#36
Thank you so much for your assistance. I almost got there, but failed near the end. Here is what I got:

ssh [email protected]
The authenticity of host 'appletv.local (10.0.1.2)' can't be established.
RSA key fingerprint is 88:dc:c9:67:7f:72:42:9d:ea:92:9c:63:86:41:d1:f0.
Are you sure you want to continue connecting (yes/no)? yes
Warning: Permanently added 'appletv.local,10.0.1.2' (RSA) to the list of known hosts.
[email protected]'s password:
Last login: Mon Feb 27 21:31:03 2012
-bash-2.05b$ wget http://mirrors.xbmc.org/releases/osx/xbm...a3-x86.dmg
--17:28:30-- http://mirrors.xbmc.org/releases/osx/xbm...a3-x86.dmg
=> `xbmc-11.0-Eden_beta3-x86.dmg'
Resolving mirrors.xbmc.org... 212.110.166.220
Connecting to mirrors.xbmc.org|212.110.166.220|:80... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 302 Found
Location: http://mirrors.xmission.com/xbmc/release...a3-x86.dmg [following]
--17:28:30-- http://mirrors.xmission.com/xbmc/release...a3-x86.dmg
=> `xbmc-11.0-Eden_beta3-x86.dmg'
Resolving mirrors.xmission.com... 198.60.22.13
Connecting to mirrors.xmission.com|198.60.22.13|:80... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
Length: 43,059,655 (41M) [application/octet-stream]

100%[====================================>] 43,059,655 1003.68K/s ETA 00:00

17:29:13 (982.62 KB/s) - `xbmc-11.0-Eden_beta3-x86.dmg' saved [43059655/43059655]

-bash-2.05b$ wget http://atv-xbmc-launcher.googlecode.com/..._update.sh
--17:29:19-- http://atv-xbmc-launcher.googlecode.com/..._update.sh
=> `xbmc-9.04_update.sh'
Resolving atv-xbmc-launcher.googlecode.com... 173.194.64.82
Connecting to atv-xbmc-launcher.googlecode.com|173.194.64.82|:80... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
Length: 4,075 (4.0K) [text/plain]

100%[====================================>] 4,075 --.--K/s

17:29:19 (52.52 MB/s) - `xbmc-9.04_update.sh' saved [4075/4075]

-bash-2.05b$ chmod +x xbmc-9.04_update.sh
-bash-2.05b$ ./xbmc-9.04_update.sh xbmc-11.0-Eden_beta1-x86.dmg
Installing from diskimage xbmc-11.0-Eden_beta1-x86.dmg
Failed to find diskimage xbmc-11.0-Eden_beta1-x86.dmg
-bash-2.05b$
-bash-2.05b$


What went wrong? Can I just quit Terminal and start again from the beginning? At the start it said there was a problem about authenticity. Not sure what that meant. I just said yes, go ahead. Perhaps that is where it all went wrong.
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#37
simbafish Wrote:Thank you so much for your assistance. I almost got there, but failed near the end. Here is what I got:

ssh [email protected]
The authenticity of host 'appletv.local (10.0.1.2)' can't be established.
RSA key fingerprint is 88:dc:c9:67:7f:72:42:9d:ea:92:9c:63:86:41:d1:f0.
Are you sure you want to continue connecting (yes/no)? yes
Warning: Permanently added 'appletv.local,10.0.1.2' (RSA) to the list of known hosts.
[email protected]'s password:
Last login: Mon Feb 27 21:31:03 2012
-bash-2.05b$ wget http://mirrors.xbmc.org/releases/osx/xbm...a3-x86.dmg
--17:28:30-- http://mirrors.xbmc.org/releases/osx/xbm...a3-x86.dmg
=> `xbmc-11.0-Eden_beta3-x86.dmg'
Resolving mirrors.xbmc.org... 212.110.166.220
Connecting to mirrors.xbmc.org|212.110.166.220|:80... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 302 Found
Location: http://mirrors.xmission.com/xbmc/release...a3-x86.dmg [following]
--17:28:30-- http://mirrors.xmission.com/xbmc/release...a3-x86.dmg
=> `xbmc-11.0-Eden_beta3-x86.dmg'
Resolving mirrors.xmission.com... 198.60.22.13
Connecting to mirrors.xmission.com|198.60.22.13|:80... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
Length: 43,059,655 (41M) [application/octet-stream]

100%[====================================>] 43,059,655 1003.68K/s ETA 00:00

17:29:13 (982.62 KB/s) - `xbmc-11.0-Eden_beta3-x86.dmg' saved [43059655/43059655]

-bash-2.05b$ wget http://atv-xbmc-launcher.googlecode.com/..._update.sh
--17:29:19-- http://atv-xbmc-launcher.googlecode.com/..._update.sh
=> `xbmc-9.04_update.sh'
Resolving atv-xbmc-launcher.googlecode.com... 173.194.64.82
Connecting to atv-xbmc-launcher.googlecode.com|173.194.64.82|:80... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
Length: 4,075 (4.0K) [text/plain]

100%[====================================>] 4,075 --.--K/s

17:29:19 (52.52 MB/s) - `xbmc-9.04_update.sh' saved [4075/4075]

-bash-2.05b$ chmod +x xbmc-9.04_update.sh
-bash-2.05b$ ./xbmc-9.04_update.sh xbmc-11.0-Eden_beta1-x86.dmg
Installing from diskimage xbmc-11.0-Eden_beta1-x86.dmg
Failed to find diskimage xbmc-11.0-Eden_beta1-x86.dmg
-bash-2.05b$
-bash-2.05b$


What went wrong? Can I just quit Terminal and start again from the beginning? At the start it said there was a problem about authenticity. Not sure what that meant. I just said yes, go ahead. Perhaps that is where it all went wrong.

You downloaded

Code:
xbmc-11.0-Eden_beta3-x86.dmg

and then ran

Code:
-bash-2.05b$ ./xbmc-9.04_update.sh xbmc-11.0-Eden_beta1-x86.dmg


The first one has "beta3" and the second one you wrote "beta1"
Set Up
Raspberry Pi running Raspbmc - XBMC 12.2
40" Samsung ES6800 LED Smart 3D 1080P TV
Onkyo HTS3405 5.1 DD True HD and DTS-HD Surround Sound
ReadyNAS Duo with 4TB (2 x 2TB X-RAID) Western Digital Caviar Green using NFS
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#38
Yes, that seems like such an obvious mistake/inconsistency. So I re enter the codes, changing the one in question to -bash-2.05b$ ./xbmc-9.04_update.sh xbmc-11.0-Eden_beta3-x86.dmg. I guess there is more to it than just changing it from beta1 to beta3 because when I did this, I get the response -bash: -bash-2.05b$: command not found.

-bash-2.05b$ chmod +x xbmc-9.04_update.sh
-bash-2.05b$ -bash-2.05b$ ./xbmc-9.04_update.sh xbmc-11.0-Eden_beta3-x86.dmg
-bash: -bash-2.05b$: command not found
-bash-2.05b$


What should I have entered? And thanks.
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#39
simbafish Wrote:Yes, that seems like such an obvious mistake/inconsistency. So I re enter the codes, changing the one in question to -bash-2.05b$ ./xbmc-9.04_update.sh xbmc-11.0-Eden_beta3-x86.dmg. I guess there is more to it than just changing it from beta1 to beta3 because when I did this, I get the response -bash: -bash-2.05b$: command not found.

-bash-2.05b$ chmod +x xbmc-9.04_update.sh
-bash-2.05b$ -bash-2.05b$ ./xbmc-9.04_update.sh xbmc-11.0-Eden_beta3-x86.dmg
-bash: -bash-2.05b$: command not found
-bash-2.05b$


What should I have entered? And thanks.

Don't write the -bash bit. Literally just

Code:
./xbmc-9.04_update.sh xbmc-11.0-Eden_beta3-x86.dmg
Set Up
Raspberry Pi running Raspbmc - XBMC 12.2
40" Samsung ES6800 LED Smart 3D 1080P TV
Onkyo HTS3405 5.1 DD True HD and DTS-HD Surround Sound
ReadyNAS Duo with 4TB (2 x 2TB X-RAID) Western Digital Caviar Green using NFS
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#40
God Bless You. SUCCESS! You did it! I am back into Beta 3 with all the audio.

However, I might comment that I did not add the "-bash-2.05b$". Terminal did it without any coaxing. I ran the codes twice and the second time it "took". Went to the ATV, didn't see any change, so rebooted the Finder. When XBMC came on screen, it stated, BETA3. Then I checked several add-ons, and I had audio. Backed out of XBMC and then reentered. Again, everything OK.

Below is the code sequence that worked (I have kept it for possible future use). As you can see, -bash-2.05b$ was automatically added. Why?

Hope this is not too long for the forum rules:

ssh [email protected]
[email protected]'s password:
Last login: Tue Feb 28 19:21:02 2012 from 10.0.1.3
-bash-2.05b$ wget http://mirrors.xbmc.org/releases/osx/xbm...a3-x86.dmg
--19:35:07-- http://mirrors.xbmc.org/releases/osx/xbm...a3-x86.dmg
=> `xbmc-11.0-Eden_beta3-x86.dmg.2'
Resolving mirrors.xbmc.org... 212.110.166.220
Connecting to mirrors.xbmc.org|212.110.166.220|:80... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 302 Found
Location: http://mirrors.xmission.com/xbmc/release...a3-x86.dmg [following]
--19:35:07-- http://mirrors.xmission.com/xbmc/release...a3-x86.dmg
=> `xbmc-11.0-Eden_beta3-x86.dmg.2'
Resolving mirrors.xmission.com... 198.60.22.13
Connecting to mirrors.xmission.com|198.60.22.13|:80... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
Length: 43,059,655 (41M) [application/octet-stream]

100%[====================================>] 43,059,655 1009.64K/s ETA 00:00

19:35:51 (968.93 KB/s) - `xbmc-11.0-Eden_beta3-x86.dmg.2' saved [43059655/43059655]

-bash-2.05b$ wget http://atv-xbmc-launcher.googlecode.com/..._update.sh
--19:36:16-- http://atv-xbmc-launcher.googlecode.com/..._update.sh
=> `xbmc-9.04_update.sh.2'
Resolving atv-xbmc-launcher.googlecode.com... 173.194.77.82
Connecting to atv-xbmc-launcher.googlecode.com|173.194.77.82|:80... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
Length: 4,075 (4.0K) [text/plain]

100%[====================================>] 4,075 --.--K/s

19:36:17 (7.49 MB/s) - `xbmc-9.04_update.sh.2' saved [4075/4075]

-bash-2.05b$ chmod +x xbmc-9.04_update.sh
-bash-2.05b$ ./xbmc-9.04_update.sh xbmc-11.0-Eden_beta3-x86.dmg
Installing from diskimage xbmc-11.0-Eden_beta3-x86.dmg
Password:
Checksumming Driver Descriptor Map (DDM : 0)...
Driver Descriptor Map (DDM : 0): verified CRC32 $5E145D8C
Checksumming Apple (Apple_partition_map : 1)...
Apple (Apple_partition_map : 1): verified CRC32 $CC33E066
Checksumming disk image (Apple_HFS : 2)...
..............................................................................
disk image (Apple_HFS : 2): verified CRC32 $FBC63FF1
Checksumming (Apple_Free : 3)...
(Apple_Free : 3): verified CRC32 $00000000
verified CRC32 $11568B77
/dev/disk1 Apple_partition_scheme
/dev/disk1s1 Apple_partition_map
/dev/disk1s2 Apple_HFS /Volumes/XBMC
killall Finder"disk1" unmounted.
"disk1" ejected.
osx_gl_fullscreen not present, adding it to advancedsettings.xml
exit-bash-2.05b$ killall Finderexit
No matching processes belonging to you were found
-bash-2.05b$

what is this -bash-2.05b$Huh Checked other series of codes in Terminal and I do not get -bash-2.05b$. It is apparently something inherent with these ATV codes.

Once again, a Big Thanks to Everyone!
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#41
"-bash-2.05b$", that's your bash prompt.
MediaInfo : http://mediainfo.sourceforge.net/
Do not e-mail XBMC-Team members directly asking for support. Read/follow the forum rules.
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#42
Enlighten me, please. What do you mean by "that's your bash prompt ". I'm not familiar with the terminology. Thanx
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#43
simbafish Wrote:Enlighten me, please. What do you mean by "that's your bash prompt ". I'm not familiar with the terminology. Thanx

a prompt is is the text that shows up in a terminal window that precedes what you type. In this case, your shell is bash

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shell_(computing))

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bash_(Unix_shell))
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#44
Jimmer Wrote:Sorry, but the ATV1 uses a modified version of Tiger OS X 10.4, not iOS. ATV2 use iOS.

Simbafish needs a Mac x86 dmg built using the 10.4 sdk....

You know what I meant! (I actually put osx there first, then edited it out!).

I'll get my coat ....
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#45
castalla Wrote:You know what I meant! (I actually put osx there first, then edited it out!).

I'll get my coat ....

Lol! I'm getting a bit picky in my old age...... think I just need to relax!
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