they deleted telnetd in 22.214.171.12419.
of course, you can still factory restore back to 0.9, or use usb to revert to 126.96.36.19926. (you DID keep a copy of the iso, right?)
Crap. So much for their statement claiming the BB is "hacker friendly".
Definitely going to make it harder for the average joe to install XBMC once it's available.
It can't be hacker friendly. They need to keep it closed, I think, for the content partners to allow their services on the box.
Synology DS1511+ (8TB)
1x Apple TV2 with Plex and XBMC
1x Roku LT with Plex
1x Boxee Box (SOLD!)
Now we have to revert to 0.9 and then get a way to custom install new firmware and replace telnetd after :¬(
I had enough of this annoyance on my NAS boxes, not letting me have access.
Dont buy edge10 NAS gear even the developers don't have root - so they told me
I must say this is definitely NOT cool with me. The whole idea that this thing was hacker friendly was what initally drew me to the device. I think it's ridiculous that they would have SPENT even one minute removeing this and not using that time to FIX the plethora of critical bugs this thing has.
Those of us that enjoying modifying things WE PAY FOR don't ask for customer support when we break them.
GET YOUR PRIORITIES RIGHT BOXEE or lose yet another customer.
Don't worry nothing stays "secure" forever. Look at the battle of apple with the jailbreak community. It's been going for years...