The Marlin Project, a group of Brazilian developers, has used the open-source code in Apple’s Darwin Streaming Server to build a QuickTime-based streaming-media application (QuickTime Server Classic), that runs on the current consumer version of Mac OS 9.

QuickTime Server Classic aims to offer similar capabilities as QuickTime Streaming Server (QTSS), but will cost less, and will be useable by thousands of Mac OS 9 users. QTSS is only available for the £349 Mac OS X Server application, but the Server Classic version will run on any Mac running OS 9.

QuickTime Server Classic requires a PowerMac running OS 9, and 96MB RAM.