[icecast] Different play channeels

Edwin Alberto Quijada macaruchi at hotmail.com
Sun May 23 08:13:26 PDT 2004



OK
I thought change the port because I need a different port for another 
channel.
Each mount must have a different port?

Can u send me the config files for using 2 channels for seeing what are the 
differences.

<p>>From: Geoff Shang <gshang at pacific.net.au>
>Reply-To: icecast at xiph.org
>To: icecast at xiph.org
>Subject: Re: [icecast] Different play channeels
>Date: Sun, 23 May 2004 22:46:15 +1000
>
>On Sat, 22 May 2004, Edwin Alberto Quijada wrote:
>
> > Hi
> > These are my config files ices and icecast. I am using ices 0.3 to play 
>mp3.
>
>The Ices config you sent has the wrong port number - 8010 instead of 8000.
>
> > I have a few questions:
> >
> > 1-)There is a way to say ices to play a list from a database tio create 
>a
> > list into a table database.
>
>I'm guessing you'd have to use either the perl or python script modules in
>order to achieve this.
>
> > 2-)How can I play from a web page without open PLAY URL from winamp?
>
>You can use an M3U file, either one of your own or one automatically
>generated by icecast.  To make your own, just put the URL in a file ending
>in .m3u and place a link to it on your website.  To use icecast's built-in
>M3U support, place a link to the desired mount point with a .m3u extension
>(e.g. http://10.0.1.1:8000/m4.m3u).  Note that the M3U support uses the
>value of the <hostname> item to generate the URL.  Right now you've got the
>host set as 10.0.1.1 so only hosts which can connect to this IP on your
>network will be able to make use of the URL in the autogenerated M3U file.
>If you want the public to be able to use this feature, set <hostname> to a
>hostname or IP address which can be reached from the outside world.
>
>Geoff.
>
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