[icecast] icecast1 and compilation on RH9

Kerry Cox kerry.cox at ksl.com
Mon Sep 22 10:37:04 PDT 2003



Any examples for proper syntax use under the correct XML file system?

Pull relaying will work fine as I am setting up another icecast2 box at
another provider which will pull the feed off the internal box. Any
examples of this as well? 

I haven't seen anything in the code that would explain how to do this in
great detail and I'd like to add it to the icecast docs I host,
http://quasi.ksl.com/icecast/. 

Thanks much. I knew iceast2 would be able to do nearly all of what
icecast1 did. It's a matter of finding the correct syntax and getting it
documented. I'm trying to help out some very neophyte Linux users here
and all much be explained in copious detail.

KJ

<p><p>On Sun, 2003-09-21 at 19:29, Michael Smith wrote:
> On Monday 22 September 2003 10:27, Kerry Cox wrote:
> > I know that icecast-1.3.12 is deprecated and for a good reason. I wanted
> > to test it out on my Red Hat 9 box today. I found that it would not
> > compile. Has anyone else seen this?
> > What I wanted to try was testing streaming MP3 audio and relaying
> > encoded icecast audio from one machine to another again. Is there an
> > easy way to accomplish relaying from one machine to another using
> > icecast2.
> 
> Yes. Pull relaying works fine in icecast2 (icecast 1.x also supported push 
> relaying, icecast2 doesn't, this shouldn't matter). MP3 support also works 
> well. 
> 
> Mike
> 
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