I am having a bit of a problem. I followed your instructions to install the application. If I browse straight into port 81 on my Roku I get a page that shows "Roku is.... with a bunch of names which I think was the roku development team. When I browse to the RokuWeb shared folder as per your instructions I get page not found. I think this is probably because I enabled the fnord server a while ago on port 81.
Under /mnt/home I do see the html directory and it does contain a link to RokuWeb. The share that the Rokuweb folder is on is the same share that Mplay is on so I know that is okay.
This is what my inittab in etc looks like:
::respawn:/usr/local/bin/tcpserver -DHPRl 0 -u 0 -g 0 0 telnet /usr/sbin/in.telnetd -h
::respawn:/sbin/agetty -n -l /usr/local/bin/suguest 9600 tts/1
::respawn:/bin/ntpd -g -n
::respawn:/usr/local/bin/tcpserver -DRHPl 0 -u 0 -g 0 0 81 /usr/local/fnord/fnordy
The folder /mnt/flash0/home/html contains a link to RokuWeb
The folder /usr/local/fnord/defult contains a link to home among other things. It also contains an index.html file which is the roku page mentioned above. I assume the link to home in this file links to the /mnt/flash0/home directory but I do not know how to tell
The "Roku is..." page is a good sign. That means fnord is running properly. To be clear, though, are you browsing to http://photobridgeip:81/home/RokuWeb/index.html
(note the "home" in the url)?
Also, if you telnet into the Roku, what is the result of issuing the following command?