[icecast] php script for listener count and www admin interface password

pharkawik at hampshire.edu pharkawik at hampshire.edu
Wed Mar 12 01:01:33 PST 2003



yes.. but can anybody tell me how to pull a simple listener count out 
of that page with php?

also still don't know how to figure out that HTTP user/pass problem... 
there is NOTHING about it in the docs or online

-p

On Wednesday, March 12, 2003, at 04:51 AM, Marco Alanen wrote:

> On Wed, 12 Mar 2003 03:24:35 -0500
> pharkawik at hampshire.edu wrote:
>
>> i am looking for a simple php script or anything really that will 
>> allow
>> me to display a listener count on a simple web page. "5 users 
>> currently
>> connected" sort of thing. i have scoured the web with no luck. i would
>> even settle for a shell script that would pull the number out of the
>> icecast.conf file. i don't care how it happens as long as it isn't a
>> windows program.
> <snip>
>
> Oh.. Just read your mail a little more careful... I misinterpreted it 
> :D
> But you can use the http://your.stream.ip.here:port/list.cgi to achieve
> that.
>
>  /Marco
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