[icecast] cannot get icecast and ices to talk...authenticationfailed
boink at tetter.xs4all.nl
Sat Apr 5 13:25:08 UTC 2003
go to http://www.icecast.org/~brendan and get the latest libshout2 and
the latest ices-0.2.3.
using the latest icecast2-cvs helps too. you can get that off the
i'm using ices-0.2.3. with icecast2, it's very stable and since it takes
almost no mem and no CPU, it's so easy to forget that it's there.
<p>On Sat, Apr 05, 2003 at 01:47:46AM -0500, Eric L. Brown wrote:
> I just tried with no mountpoint information, and I get the same results,
> icecast is still not accepting 'SOURCE hackme' as the first header, it
> only wants the password (verified by telneting in).
> So, how to I recompile libshout2 into the ices2beta? It doesn't want to
> take the command-line param, or the in.so.conf file setting (or the LIBDIR
> evn variable)...
> Or, can someone give me a knwon working ices.conf (ices 0.2.3) and
> icecast.xml (ver 2) to test with?
> Or, is there a better streamer that uses the command line? It's tempting
> to go back to shoutcast, but I'm really interested in getting icecast to
> work based on the feedback I've read about it!!
> > On Thursday 03 April 2003 09:30 pm, Eric L. Brown wrote:
> >> I have a weird one...
> >> I installed icecast 2 and ices .23 on Mandake, and am not having any
> >> luck
> >> I compiled and installed the nightly icecast just today.
> > I've just finished building Debian packages of all of the software in
> > question. I ran into the same problem during testing.
> >> I feel kinda dumb in that I think that cannot really be this difficult,
> >> but I am at a stand still. Here are the config files:
> > It seems to me, that sourcing with ices does not work on any mountpoint
> > which is defined with a <mount> in icecast.xml. Either changing the
> > target
> > mountpoint in the ices configuration, or removing the <mount> section from
> > the
> > icecast configuration fixed this for me.
> > Is this a correct diagnosis? It is quite reproducable with my packages,
> > at
> > least. This would seem to be a rather significant discrepancy in the
> > example
> > configurations, or perhaps just confusion as a result of a complete lack
> > of
> > documentation.
> > - Keegan
> > (snipped configuration points below)
> >> icecast.xml 2.x (nightly build)
> >> -------------------------------
> >> <icecast>
> > *snip*
> >> <mount>
> >> <mount-name>/example1.ogg</mount-name>
> >> <username>othersource</username>
> >> <password>hell0</password>
> >> <max-listeners>1</max-listeners>
> >> <!-- <dump-file>/tmp/dump-example1.ogg</dump-file> -->
> >> <fallback-mount>/example2.ogg</fallback-mount>
> >> </mount>
> > *snip*
> >> </icecast>
> >> ices.conf 0.2.3
> >> ---------------
> >> <?xml version="1.0"?>
> >> <ices:Configuration xmlns:ices="http://www.icecast.org/projects/ices">
> > *snip*
> >> <!-- The name of the mountpoint on the icecast server -->
> >> <Mountpoint>/example1.ogg</Mountpoint>
> > *snip*
> >> </ices:Configuration>
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