[icecast] IceCast as a WinXP Service?? plus 2 Qs more..
shorewall at rettc.com
Wed Apr 21 20:08:46 PDT 2004
You can get some software to make an executable run as a service.
Here http://setiathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/nt_service.html is a link to some
software that indicates it will do this.
If you google around more, i am sure you might find something better.
Also, relays are the way to replicate a stream. I am not sure you can do
this with the windows port of icecast.
One more thing, try using linux instead of windows, and it will be better
(free, stable, straightforward, learnable, etc..).
----- Original Message -----
From: "Michael Smith" <msmith at xiph.org>
To: <icecast at xiph.org>
Sent: Wednesday, April 21, 2004 7:13 PM
Subject: Re: [icecast] IceCast as a WinXP Service?? plus 2 Qs more..
<p>> On Thursday 22 April 2004 05:52, Apostolopoulos Ioannis wrote:
> > Hello!
> > I am a student in a university department here in Greece, and we are
> > developing a WebCast solution for our new radio station we have made. We
> > work with Oddcast plugin for WinAMP, which connects to an IceCast_v2
> > server, which runs on a WinXP machine.
> > I would like to ask for 2 major issues we face:
> > -> Because we have some problems with the weather conditions here and
> > sometimes the electricity fails and our pc's turn off, we have adjusted
> > them to restart automatically. The http servers and some other
> > we manage run as services on winXP, and we do not bother for restarting
> > them. But, can we make the iceCast server to run as a service as well?
> > to start automatically, without the need of sb of us to log in and run
> > server, is there any solution for this?
> Icecast doesn't run as a service on win32 currently. I'm sure a competent
> windows programmer could make it do so if they wanted to.
> > -> Secondly, can we make mirrors of our stream to other pc's on our
> > University departments (which they may be either Windows or Linux
> > machines), so to send them our stream and vice versa? It is sth like
> > relaying. We work here on Windows machines mainly.
> Your question here is very unclearly phrased, but I think the answer is
> you can't do that with icecast". You can probably, however, get much of
> same effect using relays and fallbacks.
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