[icecast] ices

John Griffiths john at capmon.com
Thu Apr 5 18:42:41 PDT 2001



you're going to laugh, but since i switched to debian and the wonders of apt-get i haven't needed a compiler and have kept my install minimal (apt figures out dependencies and install them on an as-needed basis)

I'm getting a compiler going but I'm having to learn some things about GCC i could have lived without.

also having started down this path I'm probably going to get involved with streaming local music so i'd like to crack it.

the ex has lost interest (she's a fickle cow)

;-)

At 06:39 PM 4/5/2001 -0700, you wrote:
>On Fri, 6 Apr 2001, John Griffiths wrote:
>
>> it's funny.
>>
>> I only started this so my ex-girlfriend on the other side of the world
>> could hear a song (downloading mp3's was not possible for complex
>> reasons but streaming audio was)
>>
>> but goddammit i'm going to make this thing work if it kills me.
>
>Obviously mission critical. :-\
>
>Why not make the binaries on another box, zip up the "made" stuff, and
>just do a make install?
>
>The DMCA sucks.
>
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