I start Seas0nPass - it dowloads the Software - unzips it - and then comes the news: IPSW creation failed!
We're currently looking into a handful of issues. In the meantime, you may simply try re-running Seas0nPass from the beginning.
I get the folowing in Console:
14.01.11 19:10:54 Seas0nPass Unexpected character 2 at line 114.01.11 19:10:54 Seas0nPass patch ramdisk failed!14.01.11 19:10:54 Seas0nPass failed pwnIPSW, bail!
Please try running the new 0.6.6 version of Seas0nPass. If the issue still persists send us the log located at ~/Library/Logs/SP_Debug.log.
version 666 ;-)
me too same error:
2011-01-17 18:19:55.361 Seas0nPass[3964:6777] Unexpected character 2 at line 12011-01-17 18:19:55.362 Seas0nPass[3964:6777] patch ramdisk failed!2011-01-17 18:19:55.363 Seas0nPass[3964:6777] failed pwnIPSW, bail!
Hy. I tried it again with 0.6.6. Same error.
I've attached the whole log to this post.
I also have a "ramdisk" mounted after running the IPSW creation. after every next run there is another "ramdisk" added.
Even If I unmount the "ramdisk" after each run same error.
To be sure. The AppleTV 2 does not have to be connected to the Mac while I create the modded IPSW or has it?
It seems this issue is being caused by an old plugin from the 'Virtual PC' application. Yes, your heard right Virtual PC - the Windows virtualization app from the PPC days.
The fix is to simply remove the 'VirtualPCDiskImagePlugin.bundle' which can be found in one of two places:
After removing the plugin restart your computer and re-run Seas0nPass.
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Thanks – now it works! But I had to plug in the power chord for one second to enter the DFU mode. Otherwise no chance! Maybe my old MacBook Pro (2.33 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo) is a little bit weak with USB power ...
I removed the Plugin as noted... looks like it came in with MS Office for Mac PowerPoint... restarted... no change... still eternally "Patching ramdisk"... i found another diskimage... NUMPlugin.bundle... same location... any thoughts?
Thanks in advance
Ok I deleted the NUMPlugin.bundle... a remnant of Norton Utilities... everything looks good... so there you go
Thanks for the help
I am having the same problem, and do not have a folder called Plugin under the library folder. I checked most folders under the library folder and I couldn't find the file to delete. Thanks for the help!
I was having the same problems- then I pluged the power in to my laptop (mac book pro) and it worked the first try.
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