[icecast] ices

William Goldsmith wildbill at kpig.com
Thu Apr 5 18:52:08 PDT 2001



The easiest way to do static-file streaming (1 file at a time) is to stick
the files in a public httpd dir, create m3u files for them (an .m3u file is
just a text file containing the path to the file you want to stream) - then
link to the m3u file on a web page. Works just fine, using nothing but
apache. That's how I do all of the archive stuff on www.kpig.com.

-bg

> >
> >Not sure what the DMCA has to do with anything being discussed here..
> >
> >But, if she can stream but not download (which I don't quite
> >understand), then wouldn't it be easier to throw those mp3 files in a
> >directory under apache or even under icecast (the static_file dir) and
> >just stream them that way?
> >
> >jack.
> >
>
> static_file? I'll have to do more research.... I'm running the base debian
potato ice so maybe i need tog get that compiler going and shift the whole
shebang up a peg/
>
>
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