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Team Boxee recently left for Samsung, and the severs have been shut down, but that doesn’t mean your Boxee Box has outlived its usefulness.Here’s a few hacks to get your Boxee Box up and running again, sent in by [Ryan].Boxee Box, a Linux box from D-Link that runs a fork of XBMC called Boxee, is dead … I gave the later a try and to my surprise it works pretty well …maybe we will see some of it return in a re-incarnation with Samsung, but I wouldn’t hold my breath … Boxee can be seen as the “media player” and is a fork of XBMC, and was originally intended to run a HTPC.Boxee has also introduced a very useful feature called the “Watch Later” bookmark.
Getting it working on his XBMC-equipped PC was a top priority.
Copy the contents of the 'install' folder that you downloaded earlier to the USB stick or SD card 4. Add ';sh /media/BOXEE/install.sh' to your 'Host Name'.
Plug the USB stick or SD card into your Boxee Box 5. After you're done it should look like 'boxeebox;sh /media/BOXEE/install.sh' 8. Your Boxee Box's logo will turn red, the install will begin, and when it's done will restart your Boxee Box 9.
After restarting check to make sure if in 'Settings'-'Servers' the 'Enable Windows file sharing' checkbox is still checked.
If not check it again, and restart your Boxee Box 10.