[icecast-dev] Can't listen to a stream from icecast-kh
Iceuse - Kris
iceuse at kezako.net
Thu May 27 11:09:48 PDT 2004
Yes, but I'm also unable to read that stream from VLC on OS X and Windows
Whamb works on OS X, QCD works on windows.
If it is confirmed that VLC is not working with that header, then we may
ask VLC team to handle that header ?
I downloaded the latest Realplayer, but I'm unable to play my stream...
is it really possible?
or perhaps it is only for mp3? in that case why not to send that header
ICY only for mp3? Is there some other reasons?
Karl Heyes wrote:
>On Wed, 2004-05-26 at 23:15, Iceuse - Kris wrote:
>>I have some troubles with the latest icecast kh. I'm not sure it an
>>icecast problem, but I have no idea...
>>Does someone have an idea about that problem?
>>The thing is that icecast is running on a uml linux. But this worked
>>some weeks ago, then I come back to it, and I can't get it work again...
>This is from something I tried a while ago, but haven't had much
>feedback yet to decide one way or another, the current code sends ICY
>200 OK instead of the equivalent HTTP header, something that realplayer
>may have trouble with. The flip side is wget returns what you are
>Try using curl instead of wget or modify format.c:124
>bytes = snprintf (ptr, remaining, "ICY 200 OK\r\nContent-Type: %s\r\n",
>bytes = snprintf (ptr, remaining, "HTTP/1.0 200 OK\r\nContent-Type:
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