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XBOX PROGRAMMING & DEVELOPMENT

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Xbox Programming & Development

view article Project: Linux on the Microsoft Xbox
The Xbox Linux Project has released the first full Linux distribution for the Xbox, a single CD version of Mandrake 9.0. The Project has already produced various howtos and tools for the installation of SuSE and Debian on the Xbox (you'll still need a modded one, of course), but the Mandrake distribution is intended to simplify matters and, presumably, to broaden the user base.
view article Developing for Xbox
The Xbox video game console is Microsoft's future-generation video game system that delivers new and unforeseen gameplay experiences. We have created several programs to support the efforts of the publishers, developers, tool makers, and hardware vendors who bring those experiences to life.
view article Xbox Registered Developer Program (North America)
The Xbox Registered Developer Program is designed to allow established game developers access to Xbox hardware and support in order to familiarize themselves with the architecture, tailor existing tools and technologies to take advantage of the unique features, and to be able to bid for and secure development projects for the Xbox console.
view article Xbox Incubator Program
Recognizing that a strong developer community is critical to the success of Xbox, and that not all great games get made by the big guys, Microsoft has created the Xbox Incubator Program.
view article Xbox Registered Content Creator Program
The Xbox Registered Content Creator Program is designed to allow established content creators (composers, sound designers and artists) access to Xbox hardware and support in order to familiarize themselves with the architecture, and to be able to bid for and secure development projects for the Xbox console. Should you or your company be accepted into the program, you will be allowed access to development tools and passive technical support in form of the Xbox Central Web site and newsgroups. You may also be invited to participate in various technical sessions and seminars we hold over the course of the year.
view article Xbox Tools and Middleware Program
Recognizing that strong third party software support is critical to the success of Xbox, Microsoft has created the Xbox Tools and Middleware Program.
view article If You Want to Publish Games for Xbox
The only way to publish games for Xbox is to become a licensed Xbox publisher. If you are an established game publisher and are interested in publishing games for Xbox, click here to send email to Publish@xbox.com and you will be contacted. Please include contact information and a brief description of your company.
view article If You Want to Make Xbox Peripherals
There are two classes of Xbox 3rd party peripheral products: Compatible Products, and Licensed Products. For details on the programs and to request additional information, send an email describing your company and products to Xbox3pp@xbox.com with the subject "Peripherals Licensing Request."
view article Xbox Game Developer List
Which developers can we look forward to seeing games from? Here is a list of developers who have signed onto the Xbox as well as developers who are considering the Xbox.
XBOX Programming Source Code
view article Changing The LED (Light Emiting Diode) Color
view article Checking the Temperature of the Xbox
view article Creating Your Own Fonts from TTF Files
view article Reading the Xbox System Parameters
view article Setting Up TCP/IP for Xbox
view article Using Threads

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