[icecast] Icecast2 Win32: any way to minimize on start or run as a service?

Rhygin rhygin at ragga-jungle.com
Wed Feb 4 22:17:06 UTC 2004

Why not try http://www.firedaemon.com ?
Since I haven't used a Win32 based server is years I haven't used it in
a long time but it used to do the trick quite nicely...


On Thu, 2004-02-05 at 05:59, Ross Levis wrote:
> I believe there is some way of forcing a Win32 app to run as a service
> as long as it doesn't require any input, but I can't find the details
> at the moment.  I can see it being a very useful option for the
> Icecast2 Win32 program.  It could be then used on a Windows server
> which are often not logged in for security reasons.  Maybe something
> for you to investigate sometime oddsock.  A service often generates a
> system tray icon at startup and only displays the main form when the
> icon is double-clicked.
> Regards,
> Ross Levis.
>         ----- Original Message ----- 
>         From: Ethan Kiczek
>         To: icecast at xiph.org
>         Sent: Thursday, February 05, 2004 4:10 AM
>         Subject: [icecast] Icecast2 Win32: any way to minimize on
>         start or run as a service?
>         Is there any way to run Icecast2 Win32 at Windows startup and
>         at least one of the following: minimized, in the system tray,
>         or as an NT/2000 service? I looked through the docs but
>         couldn't find anything.
>         Thanks,
>         Ethan
>         -- 
>         ______________________________________________________________
>          Ethan Kiczek
>         Information Technology Manager
>         Weatherhead Center for International Affairs
>         Email: ekiczek at wcfia.harvard.edu
>         Web site: http://www.wcfia.harvard.edu

Rhygin <rhygin at ragga-jungle>

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