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== AppleTV 1.0 software ==
 
Editing /etc/hostconfig will start Appleshare service on boot.
 
Editing /etc/hostconfig will start Appleshare service on boot.
  
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<pre>sudo /usr/sbin/AppleFileServer</pre>
 
<pre>sudo /usr/sbin/AppleFileServer</pre>
  
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==AppleTV 1.1 software ==
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* Copy from you mac Intel computer the binary:
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cp -R /System/Library/CoreServices/AppleFileServer.app /Volumes/OSBoot/System/Library/CoreServices/AppleFileServer.app
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Editing /etc/hostconfig will start Appleshare service on boot.
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Simply change:
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<pre>AFPSERVER=-NO-</pre>
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to
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<pre>AFPSERVER=-YES-</pre>
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== Setting up the server ==
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If you'd like to start appleshare without rebooting, run:
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<pre>sudo /usr/sbin/AppleFileServer</pre>
  
 
Once AFP is running, you can mount the OS and Media partitions from the AppleTV as user 'frontrow', with the password 'frontrow'.
 
Once AFP is running, you can mount the OS and Media partitions from the AppleTV as user 'frontrow', with the password 'frontrow'.
  
 
[[Category:How-to]]
 
[[Category:How-to]]

Revision as of 07:31, 25 June 2007

AppleTV 1.0 software

Editing /etc/hostconfig will start Appleshare service on boot.

Simply change:

AFPSERVER=-NO-

to

AFPSERVER=-YES-

If you'd like to start appleshare without rebooting, run:

sudo /usr/sbin/AppleFileServer


AppleTV 1.1 software

  • Copy from you mac Intel computer the binary:

cp -R /System/Library/CoreServices/AppleFileServer.app /Volumes/OSBoot/System/Library/CoreServices/AppleFileServer.app

Editing /etc/hostconfig will start Appleshare service on boot.

Simply change:

AFPSERVER=-NO-

to

AFPSERVER=-YES-

Setting up the server

If you'd like to start appleshare without rebooting, run:

sudo /usr/sbin/AppleFileServer

Once AFP is running, you can mount the OS and Media partitions from the AppleTV as user 'frontrow', with the password 'frontrow'.