[icecast] Disconnect listerens after X min
stefan at neufeind.net
Thu Mar 4 06:46:10 PST 2004
a) Please put the script on a webpage, send the link to this
mailinglist and maybe somebody will put a link to such a useful
Question to Oddsock and other devs:
b) Is there already a plugin-mechanism in icecast that could be used
to write a small snap-in directly? We talked about such an interface
a *long* time ago, but it seems it was forgotten somehow. (Plans were
also to integrate external authentification-modules, logging
On 4 Mar 2004 at 15:04, Jappe Reuling wrote:
> Hi stefan,
> We wrote a nifty perl script which works like a charm. Shame this
> doesn't come with icecast while the functionality is already there for
> 95% but then again it's open source and i shouldn't wine and write a
> addon myself >:-)
> On Mar 3, 2004, at 9:20 PM, Stefan Neufeind wrote:
> > It's not possible "out of the box". But have a look at the admin-
> > interface: You can get a list of all listeners for a particular
> > source. And there is a "kick"-link at the end of the line, which
> > also includes a listener-id. So it should be easy to write a script
> > for doing what you need. Give 20 lines of php a try :-))
> > Kind regards,
> > Stefan
> > On 3 Mar 2004 at 20:24, Jappe reuling wrote:
> >> I'm using icecast2. I have one client who provides a source from
> >> his windows computer using winamp. This source is a 'radio station'
> >> I want to disconnect listerners after they have listen to the
> >> station for e.g. 60 minutes but can't find any documentation on
> >> this. Is this possible with icecast2?
> >> If i missed some documentation: sorry but I just can't find the
> >> answer on the net.
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