[Icecast-dev] Dynamic Mount Points in Ices2

Jen Kutler jenkutler at LIVE.COM
Sun Oct 2 19:03:54 UTC 2022

Thank you Philip.
This was the document I was reading: https://we.riseup.net/assets/29773/Icecast-Streaming-Handbook.pdf

I have looked at both options but they seem to have a lot of issues in that I cannot seem to find an up-to-date version of libshout-tools anywhere and installing the older version would create conflicts with dependencies. oggfwd seems to be perfect, with the exception of some flaws with piping oggenc from an audio file into oggfwd that have me and a number of other folks on forums stumped. If you could point me in the direction of libshout-tools that will work with a recent os I would be forever grateful. Thank you!.
Icecast Streaming Handbook - Riseup<https://we.riseup.net/assets/29773/Icecast-Streaming-Handbook.pdf>
Foreword I have created a comprehensive reference for users of the Icecast multimedia streaming server software. Icecast is a very robust Open Source software application that can be used on various operating systems and can be used to

From: Philipp Schafft
Sent: Sunday, October 2, 2022 1:18 PM
To: Jen Kutler; icecast-dev at xiph.org
Subject: Re: [Icecast-dev] Dynamic Mount Points in Ices2

Good afternoon,

On Sun, 2022-10-02 at 17:09 +0000, Jen Kutler wrote:
> Hi, I hope everyone here is doing well. I wanted to see if anyone had
> any advice on creating a new mountpoint from the command line with
> ices2. I read what I now realize to probably be depricated
> documentation that I could use the -m flag to specify the mountpoint
> but this feature doesn't seem to be recognized anymore. I know there
> is probably a simple solution but I haven't been able to find it. Any
> thoughts or advice would be greatly appreciated.
> Best,
> Jen

IceS 2.x doesn't have any command line options. So that observation is
right. So also a bit wondering what you're reading.

You can use different config files, you could try and experiment with
reading the config from stdin.

Depending on your usecase you may also want to have a look at shout(1)
or the older oggfwd(1). Both support passing all parameters via command

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