It's going to be a bit different of an install process than running a simple apt-get upgrade because the build hasn't been put on the Plex server yet, but it is fairly simple to do. It should eventually be put on the Plex servers so you can upgrade using apt-get if you prefer at a later time.
- Fix crash with clang 3.1
- Upgrade project settings within Xcode
- Add an advanced setting regarding how dates are shown
- In channels, really show the date and fix height on items without a date
- Make sure myPlex shows up the first time
- Don't transcode images from myPlex
- Auto find the server
- New icon
- Fix exception in 5.x.x
- Fix grid view in 5.x.x
- Fix bookcase view in 5.x.x
Just a few quick photos I took with my iPhone.
This build works with both OS 4.x.x and 5.x.x, but if there's nothing stopping you I would suggest upgrading to the latest OS. I'm running it and Plex runs great for me.
1. ssh into your Apple TV
ssh firstname.lastname@example.org. Run the following command in the ssh
wget --no-check-certificate https://github.com/downloads/thomashw/thomashw.github.com/plex_atv_plugin-0.10.0.0-b0b2ed28.deb3. Run the following command in the ssh session to install Plex on your Apple TV.
dpkg -i plex_atv_plugin-0.10.0.0-b0b2ed28.deb4. Restart Apple TV
If you get dependency issues, run the following commands and then go back to step 3.
apt-get update apt-get install beigelist org.tomcool.smframework
Once your Apple TV restarts, go into Plex -> Settings and make sure it reads 0.10.0-b0b2ed28. If so, it installed correctly!
If you have trouble, please post in this thread and someone will help you.
Post to Lighthouse! The link is in a sticky'ed thread on this forum.
Have fun! I hope everything works for you!