[icecast] problems with liveice
rocaelh at yahoo.com
Tue Aug 21 00:00:21 UTC 2001
I have installed lame, and its working well,
How to choose CD mode in liveice? I have just seen
with or without live input (soundcard).
Well, I will need to stream live input, from a radio,
what should I use instead of liveice?
what do you recomend me?
--- Joe Bowser <bowserj at unbc.ca> wrote:
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> On Sun, 19 Aug 2001, Rocael Hernandez wrote:
> > Hi! I'm running icecast 1.3.11 and liveice under
> > Mandrake 7.2
> > Right now I don't have a sound card, but I will.
> > I need to reencode the MP3s that I'm sending to
> > icecast server.
> OK, you should use the latest version of ices and
> set it up to re-encode
> with libmp3lame. liveice is no longer supported by
> anyone (AFAIK).
> > I followed the instructions but it doesn't seem to
> > work, when I first run icecast and after liveice I
> > this:
> > from icecast
> > Accepted encoder on mountpoint /icy_0 from
> > localhost.localdomain. 1 sources connected
> > and from liveice
> > playlist
> > 1
> > opening connection to localhost 8000
> > Attempting to Contact Server
> > connection successful: forking process
> Do you have your encoder setup? I remember having
> this problem way back
> when I first started using Icecast..(Wow, that was a
> while ago)
> > but nothing happens (I have tried running the
> > server in the same box and in other box with the
> > results)
> The server is probably working fine. Try first
> reinstalling liveice, make
> sure you have your encoder set up correctly
> (preferrably lame in this
> case) and make sure that you have it setup for CD
> However, if you are not sending in Live Input (even
> if you were, there are
> better programs for Live Streaming) you should be
> using ices. It's also
> available for download from http://www.icecast.org/
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