[App] Rooting E/F on latest firmwares

Here are software that related with Samsung F series TVs.

abaddon
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Re: [App] Rooting E/F on latest firmwares

Post by abaddon » Tue Jan 31, 2017 7:21 pm

Ok, thanks for the feedback, I found this in your post (rootmysamynow):
If the samyGOso does not reveal its version once called with unsupported parameters or with none, and no version information is given, then you can conclude for sure that it's too old. Recent samyGOso builds appear to report their version info in such a case, e.g.

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root@(none) init.d $ samyGOso --version
samyGOso: invalid option -- '-'
usage: samyGOso [-p PID ...
samyGOso v1.2.4 (c) bugficks 2013, sectroyer 2014
It did not give an version or the output from above, so I will rename my samyGoso to samyGoso.old and copy the new one with the proper rights.

abaddon
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Re: [App] Rooting E/F on latest firmwares

Post by abaddon » Tue Jan 31, 2017 8:19 pm

I am not so Linux savvy, but I tried the command above after I installed the new samyGoso.
Sadly I did not get any responds...
Could someone help me with this because I am obviously missing something.

rootmysamynow
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Re: [App] Rooting E/F on latest firmwares

Post by rootmysamynow » Tue Jan 31, 2017 9:04 pm

Sorry, I'm unsure about the meaning of "not getting any responds"...

Perhaps it might help to understand that Linux derivatives generally follow the PATH environment setting, and that the <current path> not necessarily is part of its value.

So you might want to first check with

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which samyGOso
, which file of that name is the "active" one, ie. the one that gets "found" first.
To actually execute the one in the folder you're currently in, you need to explicitly point at that file with

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./samyGOso
Finally, you might want to try to detect all files of that name in the filesystems accessible to your tv with

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ls -l `find / -name *samyGOso* -print `
. Please note that accents in this "code" are essential.

abaddon
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Re: [App] Rooting E/F on latest firmwares

Post by abaddon » Tue Jan 31, 2017 9:18 pm

Let me show you my Telnet session:

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VDLinux#> which samyGoso
VDLinux#>
That's what I mean with "not getting any responds" from the commandline.

rootmysamynow
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Re: [App] Rooting E/F on latest firmwares

Post by rootmysamynow » Tue Jan 31, 2017 9:23 pm

Well, I'm quite certain that the name of the file you're looking for is "samyGOso", and not "samyGoso"...

The file you named on your commandline isn't there, and because of that the "which" command doesn't send "a response".

abaddon
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Re: [App] Rooting E/F on latest firmwares

Post by abaddon » Tue Jan 31, 2017 9:28 pm

Ok, I made a typo, but this is the outcome from the find command:

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VDLinux#> ls -l `find / -name *samyGOso* -print `
find: /proc/97/task/405/fdinfo/263: No such file or directory
find: /proc/97/task/427/fd/262: No such file or directory
find: /proc/7057: No such file or directory
-rwxr-xr-x    1 root     0            18487 Jan  1  1970 /mnt/opt/privateer/usr/
bin/samyGOso
-rwxr-xr-x    1 root     0            24329 Sep 13  2013 /mnt/opt/privateer/usr/
bin/samyGOso.old
-rwxr-xr-x    1 root     0            16911 Jan 28  2014 /mtd_rwcommon/oscam/sam
yGOso
-rwxr-xr-x    1 root     0            16911 Jan  1  1970 /mtd_rwcommon/oscam_old
/samyGOso
-rwxr-xr-x    1 root     0            18487 Jan  1  1970 /mtd_rwcommon/samyGOso
VDLinux#>
And I also tried it in the right folder:

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VDLinux#> cd /mnt/opt/privateer/usr/bin/
VDLinux#> ls
ADM-smb                  ivstools                 samyGOrc
Get_all_contacts         kstats                   samyGOso
Get_all_events           less                     samyGOso.old
aircrack-ng              makeivs                  sendmail
airdecap-ng              mc                       showmount
aria2c                   mkr2i                    smbclient
calendar_event           mount                    ssh
cksfv                    mount_afp                sshfs
crypt-xor                nano                     strace
curl                     netcat                   tar
curlftpfs                netstat                  tcpdump
dd                       new_contact_from         udpxrec
djmount                  nmap                     udpxy
eject                    nmblookup                unrar
elfpatcher               ntfs-3g                  unzip
fusesmb                  ntpclient                updated_calendar_events
fusesmb.cache            packetforge-ng           vim
gdb                      php-cgi                  wakelan
gdbserver                pmap                     wget
gunzip                   ps                       which
gzip                     rar2fs                   xxd
httpfs2                  rtorrent
ifrename                 samyGOkover
VDLinux#> which samyGO
VDLinux#> which samyGOso
VDLinux#>

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Re: [App] Rooting E/F on latest firmwares

Post by rootmysamynow » Tue Jan 31, 2017 9:41 pm

Hmmm, would mean that "which" still doesn't detect an active "samyGOso"...

What output do you get from

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cd /mnt/opt/privateer/usr/bin/
./samyGOso
./samyGOso.old
?

abaddon
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Re: [App] Rooting E/F on latest firmwares

Post by abaddon » Tue Jan 31, 2017 11:05 pm

This is the output I get using just telnet on Windows 8.1 Pro:

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VDLinux#> cd /mnt/opt/privateer/usr/bin/
VDLinux#> ./samyGOso
VDLinux#> ./samyGOso.old
VDLinux#>

rootmysamynow
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Re: [App] Rooting E/F on latest firmwares

Post by rootmysamynow » Wed Feb 01, 2017 9:50 am

Well, in that case I'm out of ideas. Sorry.

I hope that some other kind soul will be able to provide explanations and/or guidance.

billybob69
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SamyGo-F "No stored files found"

Post by billybob69 » Thu Feb 02, 2017 5:44 pm

When I'm trying to root my F7000, I put in my USB whilst opening More Apps and the TV recognises that a USB has been put in and a widget? opens showing the folders (SamyGo-F and SamyGo_data) but SamyGo-F does not auto start the rooting process, when I click on the folders it shows up with a "no stored files found" error message.

Anyone care to suggest what I am doing wrong?

I have done a full factory reset and a Smart Hub reset to no avail. The USB has been been FAT32 formatted.

The TV is on T-FXPDEUC-1115.0 (downgraded from 1118 to T-FXPDEUC-0000.0 and then up to 1115).

Thanks in advance for any replies.

bb69

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