[icecast] Icecast winamp oddcast mountpoint problem?

Mitja Pirih Mitja.Pirih at radiocapris.com
Sat Jan 4 02:49:10 PST 2003



Hi there!

I'm new to the list and I'm experiencing somekind of problem. I have installed icecast 1.3.12 as a OpenBSD 3.2 port. I use winamp (on win2000) for encoding with muchFX and 4 oddcast DSP plugins for different streams. Streams are mounted in /low /medium /high /vh mount points. From icecast logfiles it seems that everything is working ok. When I try to connect with a client (Winamp 2.81) to the server I can connected only to the default mountpoint  (it seems to become the default stream the first connected to the server). When I try to connect to any other mountpoint I fall back to the default one. Any clues? It is Winamp or icecast? Or something else?

<p>My config file is:
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location *****
rp_email me at myradio.bla
server_url http://www.myradio.bla/

max_clients 50
max_clients_per_source 30
max_sources 5
max_admins 5
throttle 10.0

use_meta_data 0
streamurllock 0
streamtitletemplate %s
streamurl http://yp.icecast.org
nametemplate %s
desctemplate %s

mount_fallback 1

encoder_password ***
admin_password ***
oper_password ***

port 8000
port 8001

force_servername 0

logfile icecast.log
accessfile access.log
usagefile usage.log
logfiledebuglevel 0
consoledebuglevel 0

reverse_lookups 1

console_mode 0

client_timeout 30

kick_clients 0

taticdir /usr/local/share/icecast/static

templatedir /usr/local/share/icecast/templates

logdir /var/log/icecast
stats_log stats.log
statshtml_log stats.html
stats_time 60

kick_relays 10

transparent_proxy 0

acl_policy 1
#deny all *
#allow all *.ryd.student.liu.se
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