[icecast] where does linein writes to

Raúl Gutiérrez Segalés rau at campoalto.edu.py
Mon Apr 22 05:04:59 PDT 2002



I have tried broadcasting from both SuSE Linux and Slackware and with various programs being the last one Tim`s Mixice (which is a perl script that works along with a program called catdsp). Looking at the source I saw that this programs, both of them, try to open /dev/dsp.

Now, my question is if /dev/dsp is the standard device for the line-in of the audio card?

I have tried, as suggested in previous mails, raising the sound level of line in and mic with amixer, alsamixer, aumix, kmix, gmix, etc.

I still can`t get to stream audio from line-in but I got to stream noise to my Icecast Server!

Any ideas??

Raul

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