I also have experienced this issue. After an update prompt it restarted and stated that the update failed. After that I get a frown face display and it tries to restart and loops into the frown face display. I think I should reinstall from scratch.
I could not move movies over to the OSMC drive with my finder so I tried the upgrade hoping it would fix the issue…and broke my install. I am getting the same frown. So I just read here that I cannot just re-install, that sucks. I have no idea how to get logs, I was just keeping my head above water. (I am just too old to be a geek anymore)
Same Here, I installed it to the hard drive then updated it, and after reboot nothing but a sad face.
As others have said a reinstall does not work, so I installed OpenElec for the apple tv to override this and that booted, so tomorrow I will try and reinstall OSMC back over OpenElec.
Hope this gets sorted out
This issue was fixed several hours ago. The issue I’m seeing in logs is that boot isn’t writable, so the kernel upgrade is failing. So the kernel module mismatches the userland libs, but only as a result of the kernel upgrade not succeeding.
This can happen if you shut down your Apple TV abruptly. Running the following commands via SSH may help:
fsck.hfsplus /dev/sda1 (or /dev/sdb1 if you are on a USB install)
apt-get -f install
If you have any further issue, please copy the output in this thread.
In future, please be very judicious in how you power cycle your Apple TV. The HFS+ filesystem is very vulnerable to reverting to RO under Linux. I made some changes regarding this today, but we won’t see these benefits until a future update.