Well, i for one definetly want to get this working, as i run mythtv on my xbox as a frontend in a couple of rooms, so in order to make this package xbox friendly, and of course legal ive decided to take this project on myself. With a little help from the devs. as i am not that linux friendly of a person, im going to need some help. The best part about the xbox, is that cromwell (xbox's legal linux bios) already has the ability to do a network boot. The only problem i can see is getting the hardware to be reconized. But since the xbox is a legacy free pc, it shouldnt be to difficult getting pluto to setup the xbox as a frontend (sorry since mythtv, i always call things frontends and backends) Tonight i am going to be converting my existing mythtb setup over to Pluto, and will start getting pluto working on the xbox. The only forseeable (is that a word?) problem i see is that the xbox has only 64 mb of ram, 4 of which are dedicated to the frame buffer. This of course could be resolved by doing a ram upgrade (soldering new memory chips to the motherboard) or a ram drive (256mb or 512mb should be fine). So... ill keep you all posted on my progress, and would love the pluto team to read over this article, on making a release xbox ready.http://www.xbox-linux.org/wiki/Making_a_Linux_distribution_Xbox_compatible_HOWTO
Tons of info, and of course it would be nice to have the live cd be able to boot right off the xbox, or at least add the needed drivers for the remote (xbox remote) and Controller.
installing xebian (xbox debian) is rather easy to do, and i have already written a tutorial for doing it, and getting mythtv working on the xbox (http://www.controlaltdeleted.com/xbox/content/view/53/27/
Now if we could adapt this to work with pluto, all is good!