[icecast] Re: opening http://22.214.171.124:8000 in the browser
tim at nvhs.nl
Thu Apr 12 08:28:16 PDT 2001
I thought somewhere buried deep in the icecast.conf that
one can turn this option on, if you type in
http://194.109.227136:8000 in your browser, it will fire up
your favourite mp3 client, and the stream will start
*duh*, sorry, I haven't set this up yet. I'm still amazed
my stream in working, I still need to tweak it.
A while back, from the archives, I saw someone had offered
his sample icecast.conf for all to look at. Sadly, it
appears that the site, www.njfr.org, is still down.
Does anyone else have a working icecast.conf?
On Fri, Apr 13, 2001 at 01:12:16AM +1000, Geoff Shang wrote:
> On Thu, 12 Apr 2001, Steve Glines wrote:
> > --- tim <tim at nvhs.nl> wrote:
> > > >
> > > is http://126.96.36.199:8000, using liveice and
> > > icecast)
> > When I try the URL above my system attempts to down
> > load a 50 MB file. It isn't streaming. I have the same
> > problem with my own system. What are we doing wrong?
> If you're clicking on the URL such that it launches a web browser then
> you're going about it the wrong way. That URL needs to be opened as a
> location in your MP3 player (e.g. ctrl-L in winamp). If you want to click
> on a link in a web browser, you will need to make a PLS or M3U file with
> the location data in it so that this is downloaded and opened by your
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