Resolved WARNING!!! DO NOT USE "NetoTV Installer"

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  1. xraytech, Feb 25, 2013
    Last edited: Feb 26, 2013

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    So I recently JBed and installed XBMC on my 2nd Gen AppleTV.

    Installed XBMC using the "Brainless" method, used "NitoTV Installer". Now I can't SSH into my AppleTV to do other stuff.

    So I'm guessing NitoTV Installer is the culprit.

    How can I fix this?
     
  2. macrumors 68020

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    password is alpine

    also make sure you're doing "ssh root@##.##.##.##"
    lower case r - only say this because you said "Root password"
    and if you don't do the "root@" you're trying to use your user login on your computer

    otherwise it's re-jailbreaking.
     
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    Thanks, I've tried all that.

    Time to restore I guess.

    Anybody else wanna chime in?
     
  4. xraytech, Feb 25, 2013
    Last edited: Feb 25, 2013

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    Before I restore and re-jailbreak let me rephrase. I don't think its a password issue.

    Here's what I get when enter ssh root@xx.xx.xx.xx on my terminal.

     
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    Did you recently install a new system? If so, that may be the cause. Try deleting the known hosts and try again.
     
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    Trying that right now.

    Anybody else got an idea?
     
  7. macrumors 68020

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    that just means that you have ssh'ed into something with that address before, and it had a different fingerprint, i'm pretty sure even re-jailbreaking will cause that to pop up as it resets the system fingerprint on the aTV.

    i know reinstalling linux on my server box will cause that to pop up.

    if you know a terminal text editor you can use that, and just remove the offending line.
    or just type the following command into terminal

    Code:
    sudo rm ~/.ssh/known_hosts
    you'll have to type in your user password after you do that.
     
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    AWESOME!!!

    Thank You.
     
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    Next time you can also do

    Ssh-keygen -R xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx

    Will only remove key for the target ip
     
  10. xraytech, Feb 26, 2013
    Last edited: Feb 26, 2013

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    THANK YOU TO EVERYONE!!!

    Issue fixed.

    Jailbroken and installed XBMC "The Old Fashioned Way"
     
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    maybe wanna change the tittle as it not accurate
     

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