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Hacking the AppleTV


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Hey guys, heres a guide that will help you with doing the following to a AppleTV

* Disabling the Firewall
* Enabling SSH & VNC
* Playing xvid/divx encoded stuff
* Stopping Watchdog
* Running Applications(Firefox, Centerstage, etc)
* Installing Quartz
* Extra info.

Enjoy!

http://tutorialninjas.net/2007/03/26...-the-apple-tv/
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