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[AppleTV] Broadcom Crystal HD Decoder Apple TV step-by-step installation guide
#31
xpo_dk Wrote:How do you access the XBMC log?

http://wiki.xbmc.org/?title=Log_file

user is frontrow

"search" or google are your friends! Wink
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#32
Bobby Blixberg Wrote:Looks like you need to SSH into your aTV after every reboot and enter the following:


sudo chmod 755 /sbin/turbo_atv_enabler.bin
sudo /sbin/turbo_atv_enabler.bin
sudo kextload -v /System/Library/Extensions/BroadcomCrystalHD.kext

That is incorrect. If you need to do it at every reboot means your rc.local is missing the entries needed
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#33
Bobby Blixberg Wrote:Looks like you need to SSH into your aTV after every reboot and enter the following:


sudo chmod 755 /sbin/turbo_atv_enabler.bin
sudo /sbin/turbo_atv_enabler.bin
sudo kextload -v /System/Library/Extensions/BroadcomCrystalHD.kext

Thanks that worked a treat!

Any ideas why I have had to do this and is there a way I can avoid having to do it after every reboot?

Thanks for the help
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#34
interceptor121 Wrote:That is incorrect. If you need to do it at every reboot means your rc.local is missing the entries needed

This is the contents of my rc.local file:

/sbin/turbo_kext_enabler.bin
/sbin/kextload -v /System/Library/Extensions/BroadcomCrystalHD.kext

Is that correct?

Thanks
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#35
tegalus Wrote:This is the contents of my rc.local file:

/sbin/turbo_kext_enabler.bin
/sbin/kextload -v /System/Library/Extensions/BroadcomCrystalHD.kext

Is that correct?

Thanks
No..
see it is
turbo_atv_enabler not
turbo_kext_enabler Wink
And that's why it does not work for you on every reboot
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#36
edited guide http://www.blogythefox.co.uk/2010/01/09/...tallation/

added points 12 and 13 to step 7 of software installation.

Highlights full copy script to go in to putty in to a light blue to make it clearer what needs to be copied in to putty.
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#37
nikiiv Wrote:No..
see it is
turbo_atv_enabler not
turbo_kext_enabler Wink
And that's why it does not work for you on every reboot


Just got to work out how I edit the file now as if I try to do through winscp I get a access denied error.

Any idea of what I need to enter to do it in putty?

Thanks
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#38
tegalus Wrote:Just got to work out how I edit the file now as if I try to do through winscp I get a access denied error.

Any idea of what I need to enter to do it in putty?

Thanks

Put the file in /tmp first with winscp.
Then use putty to move to destination with

sudo mv /tmp/rc.local /etc/rc.local
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#39
interceptor121 Wrote:That is incorrect. If you need to do it at every reboot means your rc.local is missing the entries needed

I know that it should, but in my case (and obviously in case of some others) it does not work.
But I still wonder how it works in rc.local when sudo asks for root password - how is this handled through a reboot?
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#40
purplechris Wrote:edited guide http://www.blogythefox.co.uk/2010/01/09/...tallation/
Highlights full copy script to go in to putty in to a light blue to make it clearer what needs to be copied in to putty.
When I enter the light blue tekst parts of it turns out to this:


>> /etc/rc.local /System/Library/Extensions/BroadcomCrystalHD.kextecho
>
> fi
kextload: /System/Library/Extensions/BroadcomCrystalHD.kextecho: no such bundle file exists
can't add kernel extension /System/Library/Extensions/BroadcomCrystalHD.kextecho (file access/permissions) (run kextload on this kext with -t for diagnostic output)
bash-2.05b#
bash-2.05b# chown root:wheel /etc/rc.local
bash-2.05b#


Why is it I get the "no such bundle file exists" - could that be where I screw up?
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#41
you have a typo there
kext and echo are two different things the first is a kernel extension the other is a command so put a space between kext and echo
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#42
I paypal'd you $8 for this guide! I was completly confused on how to do everything, total noob myself... but your guide walked me thru every step and 10 out of 11 of my 1080p videos played flawlessly, i am completly shocked and in awe Smile Ive been waiting for someone to create a noob guide, and yours saved me hours and hours

Now... I would be willing to paypal you money if you went thru all the same effort and created a walk-thru on how to install XBMC-Linux on the AppleTV, as well as enabling NTFS support Smile I'll pay you $20 if you do this, as long as its in detail for noobs Smile
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#43
use smartinstaller to add ntfs stuff

http://wiki.atvflash.com/index.php?title..._Installer
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#44
Bobby Blixberg Wrote:Put the file in /tmp first with winscp.
Then use putty to move to destination with

sudo mv /tmp/rc.local /etc/rc.local

Ok so I now have this in my rc.local file in the correct location:

/sbin/turbo_atv_enabler.bin
/sbin/kextload -v /System/Library/Extensions/BroadcomCrystalHD.kext

However still no joy after reboot. Is there something else I am missing?

Thanks
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#45
tegalus Wrote:Ok so I now have this in my rc.local file in the correct location:

/sbin/turbo_atv_enabler.bin
/sbin/kextload -v /System/Library/Extensions/BroadcomCrystalHD.kext

However still no joy after reboot. Is there something else I am missing?

Thanks

Same problem here except my rc.local has each line twice.
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