Filesystem Patch Failed

Hi All,

 

Can't find any reference to this issue, for some reason the jailbreak is failing with a failesystem patching failed error. I'm on the latest Mac OS, Itunes and Seas0npass. Any ideas??

011-02-05 15:58:33.066 Seas0nPass[780:780b] /Volumes/ramdisk/usr/sbin/asr removed successfully!
2011-02-05 15:58:33.456 Seas0nPass[780:780b] /Volumes/ramdisk/usr/sbin/asr patched and replaced successfully!!
2011-02-05 15:58:33.456 Seas0nPass[780:780b] patched usr/sbin/asr successfully!
2011-02-05 15:58:33.541 Seas0nPass[780:780b] performed patches successfully!
2011-02-05 15:58:36.501 Seas0nPass[780:780b] patched ramdisk successfully!
2011-02-05 15:58:36.501 Seas0nPass[780:780b] firmware patches successful!
2011-02-05 15:59:03.327 Seas0nPass[780:780b] Decrypted Filesystem successfully!
2011-02-05 15:59:45.768 Seas0nPass[780:780b] converted to read write successfully: /private/tmp/tk/rw.dmg
2011-02-05 15:59:46.398 dbHelper[908:903] enabling assitive devices
2011-02-05 15:59:46.498 dbHelper[908:903] Mounting image...
2011-02-05 15:59:48.391 dbHelper[908:903] Patching filesystem...
bspatch: /Volumes/Jasper8C154.K66OS/etc/fstab.patched: Permission denied
2011-02-05 15:59:48.543 dbHelper[908:903] patching: /Volumes/Jasper8C154.K66OS/etc/fstab failed!! ABORT!
2011-02-05 15:59:48.544 dbHelper[908:903] filesystemJailbreak failed!! bail!

You may try repairing your Mac's disk permissions through the Disk Utility app.

More info on this process can be found here: http://www.simplehelp.net/2007/05/14/how-to-repair-disk-permissions-in-os-x/

I'm having the exact same problem and repairing disk permissions did not help. I am also on the latest versions of everything.

Any other ideas?

-clj

I'm having the same issue: Process failed with reason: Filesystem patches failed!!

Sorry for the delay, been trying to help do this on a friends ATV from the other side of the atlantic and they are not technical:) Updated the mac to the latest OS with updates, did the fixes suggested and then went for the Greenpois0n jailbreak and all worked (eventually!).

 

Thanks for the assistance 

We've tracked this issue down to a conflict with 'Filevault'.

Disabling Filevault will correct the issue - or just use GreenPois0n for now.

Or...

  1. create a new user (temporarily) with Filevault turned off (thus leaving the Filevault settings for your own username intact);
  2. login as the new user;
  3. copy or download seas0npass to the new user's homedirectory and continue necessary steps.

...tested it and worked for me.

I got the very same error.  I was NOT running file vault.  The fix for me was the simple fact Seas0nPass must be in your home dir.  I had it in a downloads dir which apparently causes the error.

 

Thanks soufle…  That fixed it for me too.

Maybe they will fix this issue in the future. 

 

Thanks to this thread I finally got this working - pretty crazy that it’s taken over 7 months to get any utility in return for the money.  I tried creating a new user, that didn’t work - it just hung on the unzip.  I tried copying to the home directoy, that didn’t work.  Finally I got it working by copying the seasonpass app to the root directory (Macintosh HD on my system) and that worked - I presume because that is not FileVaulted.  I’m glad I saw this thread to at least give me the idea, but I am seriously annoyed with FireCore for the shoddy documentation/suppot for this paid for prodiuct of theirs.

I mounted to MAC HD and got further but it keeps crashing now. 

Looks like I’m having a very similar problem. Moved the app around – desktop, root directory, home directory. No luck. Repaired permissions. FileVault isn’t on.

 

2011-08-20 23:47:22.094 dbHelper[2455:707] Patching filesystem…

2011-08-20 23:47:22.122 dbHelper[2455:707] creating directory

2011-08-20 23:47:22.123 dbHelper[2455:707] copying: /Users/jeff/Desktop/Seas0nPass.app/Contents/Resources/bundles/AppleTV2,1_4.3_8F455.bundle/saffron.deb to /Volumes/DurangoTideCuba8F455.K66OS/private/var/root/Media/Cydia/AutoInstall/saffron.deb

2011-08-20 23:47:22.124 dbHelper[2455:707] saffron.deb installation failed!

2011-08-20 23:47:22.124 dbHelper[2455:707] coreFileInstallation failed!! bail!

2011-08-20 23:47:33.475 dbHelper[2455:707] FAIL!! ABORT!

 

Any other suggestions?

Copying Seas0n Pass to the ‘Computer’ directory and then running it worked for me.  

 

Please please please consider updating all documentation on this site before releasing version 1.0.  For beta software, this is expected to some degree, and I know you are all busy, but the install video is way out of date, and installing Seas0n Pass should be rolled into other software if it’s necessary.

I am Stuck and NO ATV2 until I get some help. here is the log for the same filesystem patch failure.

12/5/12 1:15:57 PM Seas0nPass[130]
12/5/12 1:15:57 PM Seas0nPass[130] BEGIN NEW SESSION
12/5/12 1:15:57 PM Seas0nPass[130] *********************
12/5/12 1:15:57 PM Seas0nPass[130] Process: Seas0nPass
12/5/12 1:15:57
PM Seas0nPass[130] Path: /Seas0nPass.app/Contents/MacOS/Seas0nPass
12/5/12 1:15:57 PM Seas0nPass[130] Identifier: com.firecore.Seas0nPass
12/5/12 1:15:57 PM Seas0nPass[130] Version: 0.8.6 (565)
12/5/12 1:15:57 PM Seas0nPass[130] Date/Time: 2012-12-05 13:15:57 -0400
12/5/12 1:15:57 PM Seas0nPass[130] OS Version: 10.6.8 (10K549)
12/5/12 1:15:57 PM Seas0nPass[130] ecid: (null) deviceClass: (null)
12/5/12 1:16:04 PM Seas0nPass[130] sending local blobs!!!
12/5/12 1:16:04 PM Seas0nPass[130] blobsFinished: NSConcreteNotification
0x110aa60 {name = blobsFinished}
12/5/12 1:16:07 PM Seas0nPass[130] ipsw:
/Users/gibbs/Documents/Tether/AppleTV2,1_5.0.2_9B830_Restore.ipsw
12/5/12 1:16:07 PM Seas0nPass[130] downloading IPSW…
12/5/12 1:37:44 PM Seas0nPass[130] sha1:
bdf2a296dc5fdc215e8d756b99d2a0984e814b86 against:
bdf2a296dc5fdc215e8d756b99d2a0984e814b86
12/5/12 1:37:44 PM Seas0nPass[130] download complete:
/Users/gibbs/Documents/Tether/AppleTV2,1_5.0.2_9B830_Restore.ipsw
12/5/12 1:37:44 PM Seas0nPass[130] downloads complete!!
12/5/12 1:37:44 PM Seas0nPass[130] _restoreMode: 3
12/5/12 1:38:08 PM Seas0nPass[130] unzip finished successfully!
12/5/12 1:38:09
PM Seas0nPass[130] /private/tmp/tk/Firmware/dfu/iBSS.k66ap.RELEASE.dfu
decrypted successfully!
12/5/12 1:38:09 PM Seas0nPass[130] no MD5, skip check!
12/5/12 1:38:09
PM Seas0nPass[130] /private/tmp/tk/Firmware/dfu/iBSS.k66ap.RELEASE.dfu.decrypt
removed successfully!
12/5/12 1:38:09
PM Seas0nPass[130] /private/tmp/tk/Firmware/dfu/iBSS.k66ap.RELEASE.dfu.decrypt
patched and replaced successfully!!
12/5/12 1:38:09
PM Seas0nPass[130] /private/tmp/tk/Firmware/dfu/iBSS.k66ap.RELEASE.dfu
patched successfully!
12/5/12 1:38:09
PM Seas0nPass[130] /private/tmp/tk/Firmware/dfu/iBSS.k66ap.RELEASE.dfu
repacked successfully!
12/5/12 1:38:09
PM Seas0nPass[130] /private/tmp/tk/Firmware/dfu/iBSS.k66ap.RELEASE.dfu
patched, repacked and replaced successfully!
12/5/12 1:38:09 PM Seas0nPass[130] patched iBSS successfully!
12/5/12 1:38:09
PM Seas0nPass[130] /private/tmp/tk/Firmware/dfu/iBEC.k66ap.RELEASE.dfu
decrypted successfully!
12/5/12 1:38:09 PM Seas0nPass[130] no MD5, skip check!
12/5/12 1:38:09
PM Seas0nPass[130] /private/tmp/tk/Firmware/dfu/iBEC.k66ap.RELEASE.dfu.decrypt
removed successfully!
12/5/12 1:38:09
PM Seas0nPass[130] /private/tmp/tk/Firmware/dfu/iBEC.k66ap.RELEASE.dfu.decrypt
patched and replaced successfully!!
12/5/12 1:38:09
PM Seas0nPass[130] /private/tmp/tk/Firmware/dfu/iBEC.k66ap.RELEASE.dfu
patched successfully!
12/5/12 1:38:09
PM Seas0nPass[130] /private/tmp/tk/Firmware/dfu/iBEC.k66ap.RELEASE.dfu
repacked successfully!
12/5/12 1:38:09
PM Seas0nPass[130] /private/tmp/tk/Firmware/dfu/iBEC.k66ap.RELEASE.dfu
patched, repacked and replaced successfully!
12/5/12 1:38:09 PM Seas0nPass[130] patched iBEC successfully!
12/5/12 1:38:11 PM Seas0nPass[130] decrypted
/private/tmp/tk/038-4379-031.dmg successfully!
12/5/12 1:38:11 PM Seas0nPass[130] resized
/private/tmp/tk/ipsw/decrypt.dmg successfully!
12/5/12 1:38:13 PM Seas0nPass[130] mountedImage
/private/tmp/tk/ipsw/decrypt.dmg successfully!
12/5/12 1:38:13 PM Seas0nPass[130] removing file:
/Volumes/ramdisk/usr/local/standalone/firmware/BasebandAudioParameters.c
12/5/12 1:38:13
PM Seas0nPass[130] /Volumes/ramdisk/usr/local/standalone/firmware/BasebandAudioParameters.c
removed successfully!
12/5/12 1:38:13 PM Seas0nPass[130] removing file:
/Volumes/ramdisk/usr/local/standalone/firmware/ICE2.Release.bbfw
12/5/12 1:38:13
PM Seas0nPass[130] /Volumes/ramdisk/usr/local/standalone/firmware/ICE2.Release.bbfw
removed successfully!
12/5/12 1:38:13 PM Seas0nPass[130] no MD5, skip check!
12/5/12 1:38:13 PM Seas0nPass[130] /Volumes/ramdisk/usr/sbin/asr removed
successfully!
12/5/12 1:38:13 PM Seas0nPass[130] /Volumes/ramdisk/usr/sbin/asr patched
and replaced successfully!!
12/5/12 1:38:13 PM Seas0nPass[130] patched usr/sbin/asr successfully!
12/5/12 1:38:13 PM Seas0nPass[130] performed patches successfully!
12/5/12 1:38:15 PM Seas0nPass[130] patched ramdisk successfully!
12/5/12 1:38:15 PM Seas0nPass[130] firmware patches successful!
12/5/12 1:38:15 PM Seas0nPass[218]
NSTask: Task create for path
‘/Seas0nPass.app/Contents/Resources/bin/vfdecrypt’ failed: 22, “Invalid
argument”.  Terminating temporary process.
12/5/12 1:38:20 PM ReportCrash[219] Saved crash report for Seas0nPass[218]
version ??? (???) to
/Users/gibbs/Library/Logs/DiagnosticReports/Seas0nPass_2012-12-05-133820_localhost.crash

I did repair disk permissions and moved around season pass to different directories. Nothing

HELP

Hi,

I have MacBook Pro and having same problem.

Please specify where is Home Directory in Mac.

Not that computer savy so sorry about that.

Thanks

JR

 

Home directory is like C drive on windows. it contains the folders named Applications, Desktop, Documents, Downloads etc. If you open Finder and have the sidebar showing (a directory on the left hand side) then your computer name should be located there with a little house icon. 

To move the seasonpass app from downloads to the home directory go to your downloads folder and just drag it to the home folder.

im not the most computer savvy person myself, but from what i can gather one key difference between windows and mac is that in mac you can download and launch applications without actually installing them locally. however they wont have full access to your system and therefore may not work properly unless you install them locally. often when installing apps they will appear greyed out until you drag their icon to the dock to complete the installation. 

please feel free to correct me if im wrong :slight_smile:

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Hi Buddy,

Please check my screenshot image. I did run Disk Utilities and click to fix permission and copy that Seas0nPass to my home directory and still getting error message…

Thanks for your kind help…

JR

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Sorry about that my previous post, screen shot went into your middle of the post.

I did copy SeasonPass to my Home Directory and still getting error message…

Please help me what am I doing wrong.

Thanks,
JR 

yes that is your home directory

 

Hi,

I tried from Home Directory and Root directory Macintosh HD and same error result.

Any other solution???