My ethernet port died on my appleTV. I have a Linksys USB300M ethernet connector I want to use via the USB port (to expedite syncing).
When I install the 10.4 driver package via command line, I get the following error:
dyld: Symbol not found: __ZTIN3KJS11InterpreterE
ATV is 3.02. Installed applications are Boxee 0.9.22.13692, Launcher 3.2.5 and NitoTV 0.9.4.
Here is the original package file:
Thanks in advance for any help.
If you’re running the command line installer, it will need to be done a bit differently on the AppleTV. You’ll need to reference the path to the proper frameworks. Below is the prefix you can use for the installer app.
Although I got the install to complete with no errors, Apple TV is still not recognizing the ethernet adapter in the USB port. Do I need to add something else to enable this port, or are the required networking extensions simply disabled from the USB port? Here’s the command line I used and results.
DYLD_FRAMEWORK_PATH=’/System/Library/Frameworks/OSXFrames/’ installer -pkg AX88772.pkg -target / -verbose
=== verbose output from command above ===
installer: Package name is AX88772 USB CDC Drivers
installer: Installing onto volume mounted at /.
installer: Preparing for installation…
installer: Preparing the Disk…
installer: Preparing Target Volume
installer: Preparing AX88772 USB CDC Drivers…
installer: Installing AX88772 USB CDC Drivers…
installer: Configuring Installation
installer: Writing files
installer: Writing package receipt
installer: Finishing Installation…
installer: Finishing Installation
installer: The software was successfully installed…
installer: The install was successful.
installer: The install requires restarting now.
It's likely this type of device may not be supported on the AppleTV. A number of frameworks that are present on a normal Mac, are not present on the AppleTV.
Thanks Max. I appreciate the help.