Thanks, greubel, for updating the Mac setup page and posting the source code for tables. I compiled tables for PowerPC and will email it to you. Chaneru is running now, so I can give some feedback. First the setup instructions:
(I hope these don't seem too nit-picky - I'm trying to look at this from the perspective of the average Roku user.) 1. For clarity, you could specify "Abyss Web Server X1 (free)" in step one. I went to the Aprelium site, saw the "buy" link and was almost scared away by the $59.95 price tag. I didn't immediately realize Abyss Web Server X2 was a different product.
2. In the section on creating symbolic links to media, the command for changing to the htdocs/Roku directory doesn't work if it's copied as-is from the instructions and pasted into the command line (or dragged and dropped from the browser). Terminal didn't recognize the "curly" quotes, so I had to change them to generic quotes, like in the ln commands below. (I presume at some point you will have a Mac setup assistant to make this step simpler.)
3. In running tables, when it says "press any key to continue," it didn't really work for me to press any key - only 'return' or 'enter'. (Well, I didn't try every key!)
4. Does "Roku_Config.txt" exist only if you create it? I expected tables to create the initial config file for the Roku folder.
Now to running Chaneru (I only tested for a couple of minutes):
1. I'm not sure how "scan for servers" should work. I changed the IP address to my server, then chose "check IP address" and that worked.
2. The parsing of the iTunes library is great. It's a little weird that podcast feeds show up in the top-level list individually, instead of (or in addition to?) being in a Podcasts directory.
3. Mp3's play fine. Is there a way to hide unsupported file types, like AAC?