[icecast] Administrating the list

DJ_Pandur2000 // Stefan Jacobi webmaster at chat-radio.de
Wed Jul 17 07:11:47 PDT 2002



He,

you can administrate the server by telnet!

You have to know your admin Password (icecast.conf).

Open a telnet connection to your Server IP:Port

Type in (what u type is not visible on screen):

ADMIN [YOURPASSWORD]

and press Enter TWO TIMES.

Then there should be a

->

Line.

Now type in

oper [PASSWORD]

and Enter one time. Now you can administrate the server. Type "help" or
"set" to see
more functions what you can do now, but i suggest to do main changings
directly in the
config file!

Stefan Jacobi

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-----Original Message-----
From: owner-icecast at xiph.org [mailto:owner-icecast at xiph.org]On Behalf Of
Dar-Klajid
Sent: Wednesday, July 17, 2002 5:09 PM
To: icecast at xiph.org
Subject: [icecast] Administrating the list

<p>Hi there.
I really searched google and the help (btw: Quite - incomplete help on
the website, I'd say. Nothing about the webinterface, list.cgi was
something I found in one of the posts here and not on my system nor in
the help), but I still don't know how I'm supposed to administrate the
server remotely.

Are there any clients expecially for that? Would telnet suffice? Can I
get information on the protocol then?

Please help

Ben

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