[icecast] Re: Compiling ices

Karl Heyes karl at pts.tele2.co.uk
Thu Jan 30 13:46:12 PST 2003



On Thu, 2003-01-30 at 21:13, Marc Remijn wrote:

> I configured icecast and started it.
> 
> I configured ices to stream the live input of my soundcard and:
> 
> streamer at dubhead:~$ ices ices-live.xml
> [2003-01-30  22:06:54] INFO ices-core/main ices started...
> [2003-01-30  22:06:54] INFO input-oss/oss_open_module Opened audio 
> device /dev/dsp at 2 channel(s), 44100 Hz
> [2003-01-30  22:06:54] INFO encode/encode_initialise Encoder 
> initialising in VBR mode: 2 channel(s), 44100 Hz, quality 3.000000
> Segmentation fault
> streamer at dubhead:~$ [2003-01-30  22:06:54] INFO 
> stream/ices_instance_stream Connected to server: localhost:8000/live

<p>yuk, a segv, not nice.  can you email this config, along with the gcc
release, as there were some non-standard releases around. not sure what
was on slackware (gcc -v)

> As for streaming ogg file by playlist:
> 
> streamer at dubhead:~$ ices ices-playlist.xml
> [2003-01-30  22:10:05] INFO ices-core/main ices started...
> [2003-01-30  22:10:05] INFO playlist-builtin/playlist_read Currently 
> playing /home/streamer/ww_20030109_0100.ogg
> [2003-01-30  22:10:05] INFO stream/ices_instance_stream Connected to 
> server: localhost:8000/test
> 
> 
> Looks good, but if I connnect to the stream with my local xmms, it 
> continually pre-buffers. When the buffer is filled it starts again pre 
> buffering instead of playing.

again the config will help, what is the input 44khz 2 channels?  It
sounds like the data stream is not there. If ices breaks the stream then
you'll get a clearing and reconnection entry in the ices.log. set the
log level to 4, it's not that verbose.

karl.

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