Seas0nPass hangs on "Patching filesystem..." on Mac

I’m getting as far as “Patching filesystem…” and then it just hangs forever.  I’ve check for the “VirtualPC” bundles and I don’t have them. I’ve also turned off iTunes Wifi Sync and did not have FileVault on.  Any ideas?

Here is what the log file is outputting:

 

2011-09-15 22:00:50.510 Seas0nPass[32163:207] last used bundle: AppleTV2,1_4.3_8F455

2011-09-15 22:00:55.899 Seas0nPass[32163:207] last used bundle: AppleTV2,1_4.3_8F455

2011-09-15 22:04:10.109 Seas0nPass[32163:207] downloads complete!!

2011-09-15 22:04:15.097 Seas0nPass[32163:6f07] unzip finished successfully!

2011-09-15 22:04:15.168 Seas0nPass[32163:6f07] /private/tmp/tk/Firmware/dfu/iBSS.k66ap.RELEASE.dfu decrypted successfully!

2011-09-15 22:04:15.237 Seas0nPass[32163:6f07] no MD5, skip check!

2011-09-15 22:04:15.238 Seas0nPass[32163:6f07] /private/tmp/tk/Firmware/dfu/iBSS.k66ap.RELEASE.dfu.decrypt removed successfully!

2011-09-15 22:04:15.239 Seas0nPass[32163:6f07] /private/tmp/tk/Firmware/dfu/iBSS.k66ap.RELEASE.dfu.decrypt patched and replaced successfully!!

2011-09-15 22:04:15.239 Seas0nPass[32163:6f07] /private/tmp/tk/Firmware/dfu/iBSS.k66ap.RELEASE.dfu patched successfully!

2011-09-15 22:04:15.308 Seas0nPass[32163:6f07] /private/tmp/tk/Firmware/dfu/iBSS.k66ap.RELEASE.dfu repacked successfully!

2011-09-15 22:04:15.450 Seas0nPass[32163:6f07] /private/tmp/tk/Firmware/dfu/iBSS.k66ap.RELEASE.dfu patched, repacked and replaced successfully!

2011-09-15 22:04:15.450 Seas0nPass[32163:6f07] patched iBSS successfully!

2011-09-15 22:04:15.896 Seas0nPass[32163:6f07] decrypted /private/tmp/tk/038-1328-062.dmg successfully!

2011-09-15 22:04:16.091 Seas0nPass[32163:6f07] bytes free: 0

2011-09-15 22:04:16.091 Seas0nPass[32163:6f07] finalTotal to resize rd: 26853376

2011-09-15 22:04:16.286 Seas0nPass[32163:6f07] resized /private/tmp/tk/ipsw/decrypt.dmg successfully!

2011-09-15 22:04:17.921 Seas0nPass[32163:6f07] mountedImage /private/tmp/tk/ipsw/decrypt.dmg successfully!

2011-09-15 22:04:17.921 Seas0nPass[32163:6f07] removing file: /Volumes/ramdisk/usr/local/standalone/firmware/Phoenix-2.0.4.zip

2011-09-15 22:04:17.922 Seas0nPass[32163:6f07] /Volumes/ramdisk/usr/local/standalone/firmware/Phoenix-2.0.4.zip removed successfully!

2011-09-15 22:04:17.991 Seas0nPass[32163:6f07] no MD5, skip check!

2011-09-15 22:04:17.993 Seas0nPass[32163:6f07] /Volumes/ramdisk/usr/sbin/asr removed successfully!

2011-09-15 22:04:17.994 Seas0nPass[32163:6f07] /Volumes/ramdisk/usr/sbin/asr patched and replaced successfully!!

2011-09-15 22:04:17.994 Seas0nPass[32163:6f07] patched usr/sbin/asr successfully!

2011-09-15 22:04:18.172 Seas0nPass[32163:6f07] performed patches successfully!

2011-09-15 22:04:19.502 Seas0nPass[32163:6f07] patched ramdisk successfully!

2011-09-15 22:04:19.503 Seas0nPass[32163:6f07] firmware patches successful!

2011-09-15 22:04:26.459 Seas0nPass[32163:6f07] Decrypted Filesystem successfully!

2011-09-15 22:04:39.378 Seas0nPass[32163:6f07] converted to read write successfully: /private/tmp/tk/rw.dmg

 

Any help would be greatly appreciated.  Thanks.
-Joe

I tried several things I found searching online to solve this problem – but eventually I rebooted my laptop and that seemed to fix it.

 

The only other thing that might have helped was disabling wifi sync in iTunes (on my iPhone - running iOS 5 beta) – but I kind of doubt that was related.