February 25, 2024

Installation von SHH mit einem Take 2 Patchstick (Einfacher)

Posted March 13, 2008 at 12:45am by iClarified · 193194 views
EnglishGerman
Das ist eine detaillierte Beschreibung zur Erstellung eines Take 2 Patchstickes um SSH auf Deinem AppleTV zu installieren.

Um dieses Tutorial durchführen zu können brauchst Du einen USB-Stick der frisch in das Mac OS Extended Format frmatiert wurde.

[Update 2008-04-06] Ich habe mein AppleTV auf die 2.0.1 Version geupdatet und dann diese Anleitung exakt befolgt. Der Patchstick hat ausgezeichnet funktioniert und nun habe ich habe SSH auf meinem 2.0.1 AppleTV. Wenn Du ein Problem mit dieser Anleitung hast liegt das meistens daran, dass Deine Tiger CD inkompatibel ist. Benutzt habe ich einen 512MB Lexas Usb-Stick. If you are having a problem following this tutorial it is most likely that your Tiger CD is incompatible.


Schritt Eins
Verinde Deinen USB-Stick mit dem Computer.

Schritt Zwei
Lege Deine OSX Tiger Insallations CD in den Computer.

Installation von SHH mit einem Take 2 Patchstick (Einfacher)

Schritt Drei
Lade Dir die Patchstick 2.0 Dateien hier herunter.
Kleiner USB Stick (

Schritt vier
Entpacke den Ordner Patchstick aus Patchstick2.0.zip auf Deinen Desktop.


Schritt fünf
Lade Dir denMac OS X 10.4.9 Combo Updater von
HIER

Wenn Du ihne geladen hast, mounte den Updater indem du die geladene dmg doppelt anklickst.
Installation von SHH mit einem Take 2 Patchstick (Einfacher)

Schritt sechs
Lade den AppleTV 1.1 Updater von HIER

Wenn Du ihne geladen hast, mounte den Updater indem du die geladene dmg doppelt anklickst.
Installation von SHH mit einem Take 2 Patchstick (Einfacher)

Schritt sieben
Öffne ein neues Terminal Fenster unter Applications:Utilities.
Installation von SHH mit einem Take 2 Patchstick (Einfacher)

Schritt acht
Gebe die folgenden Befehle in das Terminal Fenster ein.

cd ~/Desktop/Patchstick/Files
Installation von SHH mit einem Take 2 Patchstick (Einfacher)

sudo sh script.sh Falls Du nach einem Passwort gefragt wirst gebe Dein Administrator-Passwort ein.
Installation von SHH mit einem Take 2 Patchstick (Einfacher)

cd ~/Desktop/Patchstick
Installation von SHH mit einem Take 2 Patchstick (Einfacher)

sudo ./createPatchstick. Falls Du nach einem Passwort gefragt wirst gebe Dein Administrator-Passwort ein.

Installation von SHH mit einem Take 2 Patchstick (Einfacher)

Beachte das der letzte Befehl eine Auflistung der präsenten Festplatten bewirkt. Du musst herausfinden welche Platte deinen USB-Stick beschreibt. Meiner war /dev/disk2. Nun gebe ein sudo ./createPatchstick /dev/disk2. (Denk daran /dev/disk2 an Deinen Usb-Stick Ort ab zu ändern).
Installation von SHH mit einem Take 2 Patchstick (Einfacher)

Du wirst nun Aufgefordert die partinonierung Deines USB-Sticks zu bestätigen. Gebe yes ein und drücke Enter.
Installation von SHH mit einem Take 2 Patchstick (Einfacher)


Das Skript partioniert deinen USB-STick und kopiert die benötigten Dateien auf selbigen. Das brauct ungefähr fünf Minuten. Ist das geschafft wird Dir gesagt, dass Deine Festplatte nun unmounted und bereit ist dein AppleTV zu patchen!!!!
Installation von SHH mit einem Take 2 Patchstick (Einfacher)


FOLGENDERMAßEN ZU BENUTZEN:
Stecke den USB-Stick den vorgesehnen Slot an Deinem AppleTV. Drücke und halte die - und die Menu Taste bis sich dein AppleTv neustartet.

Das wirst du sehen:
Installation von SHH mit einem Take 2 Patchstick (Einfacher)

Installation von SHH mit einem Take 2 Patchstick (Einfacher)

Ist das erledigt, schalte dein AppleTV aus, entferne den USB-Stick und schalte dann das AppleTV wieder ein.
Add Comment
Would you like to be notified when someone replies or adds a new comment?
Yes (All Threads)
Yes (This Thread Only)
No
iClarified Icon
Notifications
Would you like to be notified when we post a new Apple news article or tutorial?
Yes
No
You must login or register to add a comment...
Richard
Richard - September 11, 2008 at 5:44am
I have just tried to hack my AppleTV to run an external USB HD. Everything went fine, I enabled SSH and can even view the external HD when it is connected to the AppleTV. However I can not see the AppleTV within iTunes. I am running 2.1 on my Apple TV and I used the 2.1 OS Boot file. Is there a 2.1 file for the Patchstick file? Thanks in advance.
michaelnau
michaelnau - September 10, 2008 at 6:13pm
I have received the same error messages, beginning below this line: ln: /Volumes/Patchstick-root/bin/sbin: File exists Copying System Extentions... cp: Files/System/Library/Extensions/IOACPIFamily.kext: No such file or directory cp: Files/System/Library/Extensions/AudioIPCDriver.kext: No such file or directory cp: cannot overwrite directory /Volumes/Patchstick-root/System/Library/Frameworks/IOKit.framework/Versions/Current with non-directory Files/System/Library/Frameworks/IOKit.framework/Versions/Current cp: cannot overwrite directory /Volumes/Patchstick-root/System/Library/Frameworks/IOKit.framework/Resources with non-directory Files/System/Library/Frameworks/IOKit.framework/Resources Copying System files... Adding Kerberos... cp: cannot overwrite directory /Volumes/Patchstick-root/System/Library/Frameworks/Kerberos.framework/Versions/Current with non-directory Files/System/Library/Frameworks/Kerberos.framework/Versions/Current cp: cannot overwrite directory /Volumes/Patchstick-root/System/Library/Frameworks/Kerberos.framework/Resources with non-directory Files/System/Library/Frameworks/Kerberos.framework/Resources Is there anything on this issue? Much appreciated! michaelnau
Dan
Dan - August 12, 2008 at 7:55pm
I have a 1.1 aTV which I have updated to the latest take two software. In step 6 above, should I d/l the 1.1 update anyway? If so, does anyone know where to get it? The link is no longer valid.
Cedric Diggory
Cedric Diggory - August 9, 2008 at 3:52am
Was this made on a Leopard machine with just the Tiger install CD? Or does the machine also have to be running Tiger?
allefralle
allefralle - August 6, 2008 at 3:55pm
Hello Im getting this message when doing the last step in greating an patchstick. Copying System Extentions... cp: Files/System/Library/Extensions/IOACPIFamily.kext: No such file or directory cp: Files/System/Library/Extensions/AudioIPCDriver.kext: No such file or directory Anyone having the ide what could be wrong?? Thanks for any help...
onlyjay
onlyjay - July 31, 2008 at 3:58am
last post sorry :p (and maybe this one too ;) )
onlyjay
onlyjay - July 31, 2008 at 3:54am
Could someone maybe remove this last past ? :p TanKH, you've already installed atvfiles, nitotv,... ? if you don't, you won't see nothing.
TanKH
TanKH - July 30, 2008 at 2:34pm
Help! I really need this going as my desktop hard-disk failed and I need to get my files out of the appleTV (it's my only hope - like Luke (but hmmm, Yoda also says there is another, I suppose that would be physical disassembly of the appleTV which I'm trying to avoid). Anyway, I followed all the instructions and it worked fine. Booting up into the patchstick also seemed to work (appleTV 2.1) and the terminal/messages shown is identical to the screenshot in this post. But rebooting appleTV I don't get any new menu items. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
M
M - July 29, 2008 at 2:52am
RMK, I had the same problem... I fixed after searching the awkwardtv forums (using google I searched for... File exists mkdir: /Volumes/Patchstick-root/stuff). There is a post there that suggests the following... unmount the stick then sudo rm -r /Volumes/Patchstick-root/ That fixed it for me.
Tony
Tony - July 27, 2008 at 8:34pm
This still works for ATV OS 2.1 for those wondering.
RMK
RMK - July 27, 2008 at 4:56pm
I have created patchstick before using above instruction. But, now after 2.1 update I tried creating patchstick and its not working. I am getting some error in last stage when I am copying files to USB stick. It says stick created successfully, but appleTV does not see it. I have tried erasing and formating USB stick and running .createpatchstick script again but I get same thing. Here is the last step output. what am I doing wrong ? --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- /dev/disk1 #: TYPE NAME SIZE IDENTIFIER 0: GUID_partition_scheme *989.5 Mi disk1 1: Apple_HFS Patchstick-root 80.0 Mi disk1s1 2: Apple_HFS Patchstick 909.5 Mi disk1s2 Patitions done. Creating System folders... mkdir: /Volumes/Patchstick-root/sbin: File exists mkdir: /Volumes/Patchstick-root/etc: File exists mkdir: /Volumes/Patchstick-root/dev: File exists mkdir: /Volumes/Patchstick-root/OSBoot: File exists mkdir: /Volumes/Patchstick-root/stuff: File exists ln: /Volumes/Patchstick-root/bin/sbin: File exists Copying System Extentions... cp: cannot overwrite directory /Volumes/Patchstick-root/System/Library/Frameworks/IOKit.framework/Versions/Current with non-directory Files/System/Library/Frameworks/IOKit.framework/Versions/Current cp: cannot overwrite directory /Volumes/Patchstick-root/System/Library/Frameworks/IOKit.framework/Resources with non-directory Files/System/Library/Frameworks/IOKit.framework/Resources Copying System files... Adding Kerberos... cp: cannot overwrite directory /Volumes/Patchstick-root/System/Library/Frameworks/Kerberos.framework/Versions/Current with non-directory Files/System/Library/Frameworks/Kerberos.framework/Versions/Current cp: cannot overwrite directory /Volumes/Patchstick-root/System/Library/Frameworks/Kerberos.framework/Resources with non-directory Files/System/Library/Frameworks/Kerberos.framework/Resources Copying Patchstick files... Changing Patchstick-root to Apple TV Mode... Unmount of all volumes on disk1 was successful /dev/disk1s1 removed Unmount of all volumes on disk1 was successful /dev/disk1s1 added Unmount of all volumes on disk1 was successful ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Jonas
Jonas - July 27, 2008 at 3:55pm
Just an interesting note I've discovered: I tried a 4GB Lexar USB stick, and it rebooted and did absolutely nothing. I'm now using a 2GB Toshiba, and it works fine. Hope that helps folks like Risky and myself who ran into this.
Scott
Scott - July 25, 2008 at 12:10pm
I setup NFS by putting a mount statement in /etc/rc.local. Lately that has stopped working though, so it's somewhat of a manual process. I recently upgraded my ATV to 2.1 (to use the iphone remote) but haven't re-patched it, and I'm on vacation for the next month. When I get back I'll post the necessary commands. That said, I would say go with samba rather than nfs (samba was my first choice but wasn't working as well back then). http://wiki.awkwardtv.org/wiki/Enable_SAMBA_server
Bruno
Bruno - July 25, 2008 at 6:07am
@Dustin: I have had same problem. you must delete the root directory manually before creating it again. this must be done in terminal. i found this solution in a forum. patchstick was then created without error message. i did not try yet but it should work now. cu
filtrator
filtrator - July 24, 2008 at 4:36pm
hey scott -- how do you set-up NFS? -- and can you use it to mount the iTV through the finder?...
Bruno
Bruno - July 24, 2008 at 4:02pm
Hi, i did everything like told, but nothing happened after reboot. only language selection. during last part of patchstick creatin the terminal says "cannot copy, file exists" but the script tells a success. what is wrong? apple tv 2.1 intel mac leopard. thankx bruno
Scott
Scott - July 21, 2008 at 7:26pm
AFAIK AFP does not work with ATV2. Samba or NFS do though, so look at setting those up instead.
filtrator
filtrator - July 21, 2008 at 6:36pm
anyone get AFP to work successfully?...
ajw
ajw - July 21, 2008 at 6:33pm
I did a factory restore. then updated to 2.0.1. then applied the patchstick again. and it worked just fine. I built my patchstick on a PPC using an intel version of tiger install disk mounted.
ajw
ajw - July 21, 2008 at 6:02pm
hmmm. I tried this on a PPC with all the correct intel versions. creating patchstick worked ok. booting the appletv worked ok. but on the appletv I now get a login screen (??). after a couple of minutes it reboots and I get the language setup. and then the whole process starts again. I'm just about to try factory restore. and then taking the disk out and going back to the old fashioned way. so the question I have (I didn't see it answered above): can this only be dne on an intel-based mac? as long as the factory restore works, I'm happy to try it again. thanks in advance
161 More Comments
Recent. Read the latest Apple News.
RECENT
Tutorials. Help is here.
TUTORIALS
Where to Download macOS Monterey
Where to Download macOS Ventura
AppleTV Firmware Download Locations
Where To Download iPad Firmware Files From
Where To Download iPhone Firmware Files From
Deals. Save on Apple devices and accessories.
DEALS