Hey guys, I have seen some excellent help threads for installing Couch Surfer on the Apple TV on this forum, but I have run up against a problem that I cannot solve, and that I cannot find an existing resource to help here or anywhere else. Any help would be appreciated. The problem: When I try to move the CouchSurfer.frappliance file from the users/frontrow directory it gives me a "permission denied" prompt. The background: Apple TV 2.3 Couch Surfer 0.6 SSH installed with the ATV USB Loader along with Boxee (which works great) I used the install directions from this site: Couch Surfer 0.6 awkward TV wiki So I CyberDucked into the AppleTV, and copied the whole Couch Surfer folder into users/front row. At that point I logged out of the CyberDuck session and opened the ATV SSH session in my terminal. I then went into the users/front row directory and, then I unzipped the folder, which went fine. Then I tried to move the plugin to the finder.app plugin folder with the terminal command: mv CouchSurfer.frappliance /System/Library/CoreServices/Finder.app/Contents/PlugIns/ at that point I get the prompt that is something like: rename users/frontrow/CouchSurfer.frappliance to /System/Library/CoreServices/Finder.app/Contents/PlugIns/CouchSurfer.frappliance failed: permission denied I have tried a few things including going back in with CyberDuck and removing the files and starting from scratch. I also unzipped the folder on my desktop and tried putting the couchsurfer.frappliance directly into the users/frontrow folder and then moving it with SSH, but all with no luck. If anyone has any ideas or has gotten past this problem, then please let me know. It looks like this install method is a moving target with each version of Couch Surfer and ATV requiring a little different "secret sauce." So hopefully, its my lack of SSH experience that is causing the issue, and it will be a simple fix. Or am I missing something on the versions and will I be unable to run Couch Surfer on the ATV 2.3 firmware? Thanks in advance for any help.