[icecast] compile error

boink boink at tetter.xs4all.nl
Wed Apr 2 00:08:54 PST 2003



No, it is not a FreeBSD ports problem. It's your own problem.

there are over 8000 ported applications in the FreeBSD ports system. the
concept of the ports is simply to install software, like icecast2, onto
a FreeBSD with the needed patches for FreeBSD as quickly as possible. 

No software from the ports is ever changed in the way you just
mentioned. that's totally against the point of the ports. 

boink

On Tue, Apr 01, 2003 at 04:10:39PM -0800, David Correa wrote:
> On Wed, Apr 02, 2003 at 09:26:53AM +1000, Michael Smith wrote:
> > icecast2 does not use "encrypted" passwords. I considered that a feature not 
> > worth adding, since (done the way icecast 1.x did it) it adds zero additional 
> > security.
> 
> Hi Mike,
> 
> Could be a FreeBSD Ports problem?  
> It seemed to me that t was compiled with that feature.
> 
> server_info would mention "Using crypt" (or something like that, is not "on" now)
> 
> I tried compiling icecast2 with --without-crypt (not sure if that is the
> correct option, i did not see it in ./configure --help, but i could be blind =)
> but that did not help.
> 
> In nutshell, i never got shout to "talk" to icecast2 on that FreeBSD.
> It always complained about bad password (no matter what i put).
> I checked for extra spaces and everything i could, i had no luck.
> 
> After i compiled the "old" icecast (from the ports) it all worked fine.
> 
> Best regards,
> David Correa
> Network Engineer 
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