appletvhacks.net - remote desktop ATV, Apache on ATV, SSH and more

Discussion in 'Apple TV and Home Theater' started by motulist, Mar 25, 2007.

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    motulist

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    localoid

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    There's also a new Apple TV related Wiki @ AwkwardTV (check out their forums as well) and Apple TV Hacks from Feedburner.

    The wiki is the place you want to go to for detailed technical info on Apple tv... ;)
     
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    motulist

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    Bleah, what a terrible name! (no offense intended if it's a name you came up with) I know it's based on some technology, but most people aren't gonna get the reference to that technology and they aren't gonna get that it's also a reference to ATV.
     
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    localoid

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    Not my name... nor did I create the concept, but yes... the site actually has technical information. Fancy that! :confused:

    But, err.. you do 'member the SomethingAwful forum?

    Where the atv hacking actually began? :confused:

    Hacking just ain't pretty, I suppose...
     
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    Yvan256

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    You have reached server: meteor.xssl.net

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    (emphasis mine)

    IMHO the cause is probably the domain name more than anything. Apple has to protect their trademarks.
     
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    taylorwilsdon

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    Appletvhacks has been around since Day 1. Welcome to 2 months ago. They didn't get shut down by Apple, they just run out of bandwidth all the time.
     
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    Yvan256

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    I also knew about appletvhacks.net from around the first week. However, that's quite a strong message to display when you run out of bandwidth. Makes it looks like the website is gone.
     
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    taylorwilsdon

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    Its the message that that hosting company uses when a site is suspended. Sites can be suspended for any number of reasons. If Hackint0sh is still around but atvhacks isn't, then I'll be darned.
     

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