I posted some of this to the forums, but thought it might get some more attention or interest in here (feel free to chime in with more).
It has the following open ports:
80/tcp open http Boa HTTPd 0.94.13
1234/tcp open hotline?
1337/tcp open waste?
5000/tcp open upnp?
5002/tcp open rfe?
49152/tcp open unknown
49153/tcp open upnp Portable SDK for UPnP 1.6.6 (Linux 18.104.22.168; UPnP 1.0)
Port 80 appears to be Boa httpd (from 2005)
Port 1234 - Unsure
Port 1337 - Not sure if this is the Nullsoft waste system, I could not connect to it, but it could be a modified port.
Port 49152 is running uShare which is the DLNA server (it does not look to have been updated since 2007 and was rerplaced by miniDLNA - itself replaced by ReadMedia, although still released as miniDLNA), I am lookign at this one because I want to remove the last 3 sections of the mac address from displaying in the Rocki name :) important stuff.
Port 5002 the avahi service
Port 5000 seems to be for Spotify connect (seemingly confirmed by http://ROCKIIP:5000/goform/spotifyConnect
49153 seems to also be an RTSP port (49153 is used by the Rocki radio app by Roy Tanck: http://www.this-play.nl/rocki/
Linux kernel 22.214.171.124
Other software running on the Rocki: Shairport, GMediaRenderer, dnsmasq, udhcpc.
Auto updates come from ftp (not sftp) and via an IP address (58.241..
if you want to learn to program in C: http://ROCKIIP/cgic.html
Processor is an ARM processor, I think the ARM926EJ-S rev Ehttp://infocenter.arm.com/help/index.jsp?topic=/com.arm.doc.ddi0198e/index.html
Filesystem Size Used Available Use% Mounted on
/dev/root 35.0M 35.0M 0 100% /
tmpfs 13.7M 0 13.7M 0% /mnt/sda
mdev 13.7M 0 13.7M 0% /dev
/dev/mtdblock2 74.0M 38.9M 35.1M 53% /mnt/sd
tmpfs 13.7M 0 13.7M 0% /tmp
tmfps 13.7M 64.0K 13.7M 0% /etc
tmfps 13.7M 0 13.7M 0% /wpa_net/run/wpa_supplicant
tmpfs 13.7M 72.0K 13.7M 1% /home
As with standard linux, any sound sent to /dev/dsp should play (have only tested the rocki internal WAVs on this) - for example:
cat /mnt/sd/dlna_upnp/networkconfig/nettools/status_sound/status_sound_AutoUpdateIng.wav > /dev/dsp
app_led_ctl_alone controls the LED light on the rocki, for example:
/app_back/app_led_ctl_alone 1 2
will make the rocki LED flash green.
I initially thought wireless was the RT5370http://www.mediatek.com/en/products/connectivity/wifi/pc/usb/rt5370/
however it appears to be the RTL8188http://www.realtek.com.tw/products/productsView.aspx?Langid=1&PFid=48&Level=5&Conn=4&ProdID=228
If you want to get an interactive (albeit very insecure telnet) shell, you can launch /mnt/sd/dlna_upnp/spotify/telnet.sh, then telnet to port 23 using the username root and no password (yes - thats bad, this is 1999 level badness), then you can start poking around in an interactive shell.
My current search is to try and find the method used for volume control, as I get some wildly varying volume out of my rocki, and on one of my sound systems I do not have a remote (it is a valve amp) so really want to be able to adjust it so I don't forget to lower the volume and blow my speakers.