It’s been a long time coming. But I promise that the forum will be up by this weekend.
Hopefully, this will give you a more structured way to communicate with each other rather than leaving each other comments.
Also, I’m finishing up a rewrite of the article to enable ssh on the Apple TV (and many more articles to come). With these new rewrites, newbies should have a better understanding of how to hack the Apple TV.
[Update] I am having problems with the database.Â So please bear with me for a few more days.
I’ve been putting this off for too long.Â Â The complaints have been mounting about how hard it is to find the information you need.Â Â And the absent of forums is also forcing our readers to communicate via comments instead.
So I am now in the process of reorganizing the content of the site to make it easier to find what you need.Â I will also be installing a bulletin board software so our readers can finally communicated more effectively.Â If I have time, I might even start a videoÂ podcast explaining all the different hacks available on the site.
The goal here is make things easier on you, the readers.Â Hacking the Apple TV should be fun and not something to lose sleep about.
Here are some screenshots of Safari HD sent in by our reader Victor S.
Our other reader, Nick D. , went even further and sent us a video of it running on his Apple TV.
We’d like to thank both readers for going out of their way to respond to our request. If you would like to share screen shots or video with other readers, please do not hesitate to send them in to email@example.com .