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I won't repeat what has already been said here: http://www.appletvhacks.net/2007/03/25/apache-running-on-apple-tv/
Copy and paste the following to have the appropriate configuration directives added to the end of the Apache configuration file:
sudo -s cat <<EOT >> /etc/httpd/httpd.conf <IfModule mod_dav.c> DAVLockDB /Library/WebServer/DAVDB/Lock.db DAVMinTimeout 600 Alias /media "/Users/frontrow/Movies/" <Directory "/Users/frontrow/Movies/"> DAV On Allow From all </Directory> </IfModule> EOT
If you want to point elsewhere, just be sure to adjust the directory here and the chmod step below.
Set up Lock Database
WebDAV requires a database file to track file locks. Simply copy and paste commands to get that set up:
mkdir /Library/WebServer/DAVDB chown www:admin /Library/WebServer/DAVDB touch /Library/WebServer/DAVDB/Lock.db chown www:admin /Library/WebServer/DAVDB/Lock.db
Set up Permissions
Since Apache runs as the www user, you'll need to give write access to the folder you're uploading files to.
chmod 777 /Users/frontrow/Movies
Restart Apache and Connect
Now just restart Apache to pick up the changes
And connect with the URL http://IPADDRESS/media/ and that should be all there is to it.
Be warned that this opens up WebDAV without any restrictions on who can connect or any password protection! Do not follow these exact instructions if your AppleTV is accessible outside your network, or if your network is not trusted! You can look at basic Allow/Deny directives in Apache, or setting up password protection. There are numerous guides out there.