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    Default [Hacking] a few questions...

    Hello,

    i have a few questions about hacking the apple tv as im not going to get it unless i can do the following things:

    Run leopard

    run leopard from the internal drive, as i dont want the back row shit on the apple tv at the moment, i just want it so as soon as i switch on the apple tv its boots up leopard.


    Thanks for the help
    Mitch
    iPhone 3G - Black [2.2]

    MacBook Black - Windows Vista & leopard [4GB Ram]



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    Try to search the forums. I think someone achieved to install leopard, but i'm not sure.

    It is possible to install tiger, although without sound and graphics acceleration (or am i not up to date?).

    Use google and most certainly you'll find some infos ...

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    Your right: Someone has claimed to been able to install Leopard, but when I asked for details on how they did it, I never got a reply.

    Audio drivers exist, but do not fully work: You get very choppy output, at best.

    QE/CI does work, but only through Component; not through HDMI.

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    Well, sound is not so important to me. But I'm interested in qe/ci and full resolution support.
    I managed to install tiger on an external usb hdd, but i can't set the resolution to 1366x768. Both, hdmi and component doen't really work for me. I can see the desktop for a few seconds and than the screen becomes black (hdmi). Via component i only get a very low resolution (~560x400) and sometimes I get a pink-colored screen.

    My hope is, that the leopard drivers are more advanced and the gforce 7300 does fully work. But I didn't have the time yet to try this.

    Maybe I'll find some time during my holiday.

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    Well, sound is not so important to me. But I'm interested in qe/ci and full resolution support.
    I managed to install tiger on an external usb hdd, but i can't set the resolution to 1366x768. Both, hdmi and component doen't really work for me. I can see the desktop for a few seconds and than the screen becomes black (hdmi). Via component i only get a very low resolution (~560x400) and sometimes I get a pink-colored screen.

    My hope is, that the leopard drivers are more advanced and the gforce 7300 does fully work. But I didn't have the time yet to try this.

    Maybe I'll find some time during my holiday.

    ash


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    Try to search the forums. I think someone achieved to install leopard, but i'm not sure.

    It is possible to install tiger, although without sound and graphics acceleration (or am i not up to date?).

    Use google and most certainly you'll find some infos ...

 

 

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