[icecast] icecast +liveice +linein

William Goldsmith wildbill at kpig.com
Tue Jun 26 11:07:19 PDT 2001



This isn't really an icecast/liveice issue at all. You need to use whatever
mixer program is available on your system to turn on the line input. For
example OSS installs a mixer program called 'ossmix'. If you're using OSS,
the command is:
/usr/lib/oss/ossmix line.rec ON

Your path may be different. If you're not using OSS, you'll need to look for
info on whatever driver you are using.

Hope this helps
-bg

> use icecast+liveice  and i need to get stream from linein .
> Icecast work perfectly and liveice was perfectly but i can get stream
> only if I plug
> lineout from my radio box to mic on my sound card . Is there any special
>
> config string in liveice for streaming from linein or maybe liveice
> can't do it
> my liveice.cfg
> # liveice configuration file
> SERVER localhost
> PORT 80
> NAME My Radio Box
> GENRE linein://
> URL linein://
> PUBLIC 0
> X_AUDIOCAST_LOGIN
> PASSWORD letmein
> SAMPLE_RATE 44100
> BITRATE 128000
> STEREO
> SOUNDCARD
> HALF_DUPLEX
> USE_LAME3 /usr/bin/lame
> NO_MIXER
> MOUNTPOINT stream
> PLAYLIST playlist
> DECODER_COMMAND mpg123
> MIX_CONTROL_MANUAL
> CONTROL_FILE mix_command
> TRACK_LOGFILE track.log
>
> What I must to do for getting stream from linein ?? Maybe ices is a
> solution ?
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