[icecast] Compiling with lame support

Andrew M. Wu andrewwu at Princeton.EDU
Thu Apr 19 12:24:28 PDT 2001



Hi all,

Thanks again for all the suggestions - I finally got ices compiled with
lame support using lame-3.87beta and making sure not to compile in gtk
support, termcap support, or brhist support.  

My uh next question is - is it possible to set up more than one source
stream to one icecast server?  And if so, how could I go about doing that?

Would it involve listing other ports to listen on and how would I specify
either in Icecast's configuration file or as ices' command-line parameter
which port to bind to or mount point to mount to?

Again, thanks for the suggestions.

Andrew

On Thu, 19 Apr 2001, jaromil wrote:

> On Thu, Apr 19, 2001 at 03:47:40AM -0400, Andrew M. Wu wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > 
> > I've been trying to compile and re-compile ices-0.0.1beta5 with lame
> > support.
> > 
> > I've downloaded the source to lame-3.88beta and compiled it and installed
> > it.   The configure script allows for the compilation of a libmp3lame.a
> > and libmp3lame.la, but not libmp3lame.so (in the INSTALL it says that is a
> > (not yet) ).  
> > 
> > In configuring ices I specify the include dir for lame.h and the library
> > dir for the lame library file; make; and make install.
> > 
> > However lame still hasn't compiled with lame support and I can't
> > re-encode.
> > 
> > Any suggestions would be most welcome.
> > 
> > I'm running a Mandrake 7.0 base system on kernel 2.4.2.
> > 
> 
> the lame API changed in many points from 3.87beta to 3.88beta
> i guess that's the problem, try to use the 3.87: probably ices has been
> coded on that API.
> 
> jrml
> 
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