Has anyone seen the error “Sorry, the installer could not install Maintenance (Error 4.1). Help!”
I’m using the latest AppleTV update along with the newest Jailbreak andATV Flash. I have tried wifi, ethernet plugin as well as the Airplay trick referenced for other errors.
I’ve opened a support ticket but have not heard back since it was opened on the weekend.
Post the FC_installer_log.txt that is located in the Documents folder.
The post above fits completely my problem.
Apple TV2 iOS 5.1 with tethered Seas0nPass. XBMC is already running. I installed it using the terminal via SSH connection.
I tried wifi/LAN and the “AirPlay-Trick” as well.
I’d be really glad if someone could help me.
Here is the only error I could find within my log file: (complete log file is attached)
2012-04-04 20:52:24 -[AppleTVInstallerUploadPluginPane sshUploadServiceFailed:] service <SshUploadService: 0x7fda928633e0> result 4 executionError 1
Thanks in advance to everybody how is trying to help.
I tried to execute the last readable command out of the log file directly in the shell connected to Apple TV.
dpkg -i /User/tmp/com.firecore.sources_1.0.deb
(Reading database … 3281 files and directories currently installed.)
Unpacking com.firecore.sources (from …/com.firecore.sources_1.0.deb) …
dpkg: error processing /User/tmp/com.firecore.sources_1.0.deb (–install):
unable to create `./etc/apt/sources.list.d/firecore.list’: Read-only file system
Errors were encountered while processing:
Read-only file system?
Does that help?
Hmmm - ‘Read-only filesystem’ definitely doesn’t sound normal.
Was Seas0nPass used for the jailbreak? Mac or PC version?
Yes it was seas0npass for Mac.
Can I change it through ssh or should I do a factory restore and rejailbreak?
Same here. I used the latest version of Seas0nPass on my Mac.
Because of my read only problem I had a look into my fstab but it seems to be ok. What do you think?
/dev/disk0s1s1 / hfs rw 0 1
/dev/disk0s1s2 /private/var hfs rw 0 2
Thanks in Advance
I could solve the problem. Damn, I’m happy.
Resolution: Just make the file system read write:
mount -o rw -t hfs /dev/disk0s1s1 /
mount -o rw -t hfs /dev/disk0s1s1 / did the trick for me as well.
Any negative consequences to doing this or is this the way the file system was supposed to be after the jailbreak?