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* [[How to enable your AppleTV as an Xgrid node | Xgrid node]]  - working
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* [[Mount a Remote Drive via SMBFS | Allow the AppleTV to access network storage via Samba (SMB). Remove iTunes requirement?]] - working
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* [http://www.videolan.org/vlc/features.html VLC] video player from frontrow (replace Quicktime?). If so, support for H.264, VOB files, DivX, MPEG2/4, streaming radio, files from NAS...
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* Dvd Iso/video_ts folder playback with cover art (via atvfiles?)
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* Stream/sync additional formats (codecs)
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* [[Stream Audio to AppleTV | Receive streaming content (e.g. internet radio) like an Airport Express can]] - working (not exactly like AirTunes, but close)
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* Increase internal storage and connect external storage
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* Control the Apple TV remotely, e.g. by SSH or VNC
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* Explore the possibilities of a Linux-based Media Center
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* Access AirPort Disc from Apple TV - Use [http://plugins.awkwardtv.org/det.php?p=vfxshare ATV-shareMounter] and mount it as an AFP Volume
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* Control AppleTV with Keybord Arrows (AppleTV runing on Mac Pro without IR)
 
* Connect a TV tuner for recording
 
* Connect a TV tuner for recording
 
* Connect USB DVD drive for playback of CDs and DVDs
 
* Connect USB DVD drive for playback of CDs and DVDs
* Airport-like base station
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* Airport-like base station - Done by apple as part of Take2 update
 
* Flash video support
 
* Flash video support
* Fileserver
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* Fileserver SFTP and AFP working.
* Webserver
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* Webserver [http://www.appletvhacks.net/2007/03/25/apache-running-on-apple-tv/ Apache], Working.
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* iChat node using USB webcam
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* Run photobooth with USB webcam
 
* USB printserver
 
* USB printserver
 
* Network attached storage
 
* Network attached storage
 
* Radio streaming player
 
* Radio streaming player
* MPD Server
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* [http://www.musicpd.org/ MPD]Server
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* [http://wiki.slimdevices.com/index.php/SqueezeCenter SqueezeCenter]
 
* Cluster node
 
* Cluster node
* Arcade emulator
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* Digital signage client
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* Arcade/console emulator
 
* Run Linux
 
* Run Linux
 
* Software Supported: VLC, Firefox, VNC, sshd, ARD
 
* Software Supported: VLC, Firefox, VNC, sshd, ARD
 
** for vnc / ARD use normal instructions for vnc kickstart [http://www.macgeekery.com/tips/cli/setting_remote_desktops_vnc_password_in_terminal] [http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=108030] etc
 
** for vnc / ARD use normal instructions for vnc kickstart [http://www.macgeekery.com/tips/cli/setting_remote_desktops_vnc_password_in_terminal] [http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=108030] etc
* Run Joost, making the Apple tv a Joost set-op box
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* Run [http://www.joost.com/whatsjoost.html Joost], making the Apple TV a Joost set-top box
 
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* Work as an In Car Entertainment(ICE)/Carputer/CarPC unit
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** Replace the powersupply to regulate from 12V car battery
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** Run car navigation software such as [http://www.routebuddy.com/ RouteBuddy], [http://roadnav.sourceforge.net/ Roadnav], [http://www.amazon.com/Route-66-USA-2004-Mac/dp/B00013MS7O Route 66 Route USA 2004]([http://www.amazon.com/ROUTE-66-CANADA-ENGLISH/dp/B000DZKB8S Canada] or [http://www.amazon.com/Route-66-Europe-2004-Mac/dp/B00013MS7E Europe]) or [http://earth.google.com/ Google Earth] with [http://ghw.spade-men.com/gps2gex.html gps2geX].
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** Install GPS hardware (USB or Bluetooth/RS232 with adapter)
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** [http://wiki.awkwardtv.org/wiki/AppleTV_in_a_car Working installation in a Toyota Vellfire]
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* Install Java (this open a new world: applications, games, ...) - partly working ([[Install Java]])
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* Overclocking the CPU
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* Parallels + Windows, or native Windows boot (games: original XBox has only 64mb... :) )
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* HD-DVD player using Xbox 360 HD-DVD player hooked up to USB port.
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* Install some or all of the OS X Server services (VPN, DNS, DHCP, FireWall, OpenDirectory ...)
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* Install [http://www.salling.com/Clicker/ Salling Clicker]
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* Front end for [http://www.mythtv.org/ MythTV] [[MythTV]] Working.
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* UPNP client for back-end Media Server, such as MythTV provides.
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* Playback Full HD 1080p using additional [[Broadcom_HD_Decoder]] hardware
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''Please remember that there is only 256MB RAM available for everything. Servers usually use a lot of memory.''
  
''Please remember that there is only 256MB RAM available for everything. Servers usually use a lot of memory.''
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[[Category:Potential Capabilities]]

Latest revision as of 06:16, 30 December 2012

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  • Xgrid node - working
  • Allow the AppleTV to access network storage via Samba (SMB). Remove iTunes requirement? - working
  • VLC video player from frontrow (replace Quicktime?). If so, support for H.264, VOB files, DivX, MPEG2/4, streaming radio, files from NAS...
  • Dvd Iso/video_ts folder playback with cover art (via atvfiles?)
  • Stream/sync additional formats (codecs)
  • Receive streaming content (e.g. internet radio) like an Airport Express can - working (not exactly like AirTunes, but close)
  • Increase internal storage and connect external storage
  • Control the Apple TV remotely, e.g. by SSH or VNC
  • Explore the possibilities of a Linux-based Media Center
  • Access AirPort Disc from Apple TV - Use ATV-shareMounter and mount it as an AFP Volume
  • Control AppleTV with Keybord Arrows (AppleTV runing on Mac Pro without IR)
  • Connect a TV tuner for recording
  • Connect USB DVD drive for playback of CDs and DVDs
  • Airport-like base station - Done by apple as part of Take2 update
  • Flash video support
  • Fileserver SFTP and AFP working.
  • Webserver Apache, Working.
  • iChat node using USB webcam
  • Run photobooth with USB webcam
  • USB printserver
  • Network attached storage
  • Radio streaming player
  • MPDServer
  • SqueezeCenter
  • Cluster node
  • Digital signage client
  • Arcade/console emulator
  • Run Linux
  • Software Supported: VLC, Firefox, VNC, sshd, ARD
    • for vnc / ARD use normal instructions for vnc kickstart [1] [2] etc
  • Run Joost, making the Apple TV a Joost set-top box
  • Work as an In Car Entertainment(ICE)/Carputer/CarPC unit
  • Install Java (this open a new world: applications, games, ...) - partly working (Install Java)
  • Overclocking the CPU
  • Parallels + Windows, or native Windows boot (games: original XBox has only 64mb... :) )
  • HD-DVD player using Xbox 360 HD-DVD player hooked up to USB port.
  • Install some or all of the OS X Server services (VPN, DNS, DHCP, FireWall, OpenDirectory ...)
  • Install Salling Clicker
  • Front end for MythTV MythTV Working.
  • UPNP client for back-end Media Server, such as MythTV provides.
  • Playback Full HD 1080p using additional Broadcom_HD_Decoder hardware

Please remember that there is only 256MB RAM available for everything. Servers usually use a lot of memory.