[icecast] OSS/Linux and Ices
nettings at folkwang-hochschule.de
Wed Jun 11 09:11:30 UTC 2003
adam leigh wrote:
> I've had a series of problems in the past getting ices to work properly which I
> think might now have some relation to the OSS/Linux drivers I'm using. Does
> anyone know if you need to change a setting or take an extra step to get Ices2
> to work when using the commercial OSS drivers as opposed to any of they other
> available methods.
> The reason I suspect this is that I've found only the recorder packaged with
> OSS seems to be able to read off the mic input and if Ices does the same it
> might have a problem.
> If there are any configuratoin flies that you need me to quote, please let me
not quite to the point, but which card are you using ? have you
considered moving to alsa ?
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