[Icecast] regarding ices

Thomas B. Ruecker dm8tbr at afthd.tu-darmstadt.de
Sat May 31 03:15:05 PDT 2008


neeraj suriyal schrieb:
> thanks Sir,
> can it is possible in icecast +ices that song list will be displayed 
> in web interface so that user can select song according to there choice.
> otherwise any tool(player) which will fetch play list from icecast/ices
There is a few possible approaches here:
group A - ices2 playlist mode:
there are a few scripts around that will feed ices the next file to play 
and have a web-interface. Tunequeue is one of them. For the others use 
google.

group B - other source clients with web-interface:
IIRC there are a few around that have web-interface-plugins:
xmms2
mpd (beware, some recent versions had problems with connecting to icecast)
vlc
...
> basically i want to setup a live radio station  for my orgnisation.
> your help is very good for me
that should work with one of those and icecast.
Oh, on Windos there also was Winamp + SongRequester + Oddcast/EdCast
> 2008/5/29 Thomas B. Ruecker <dm8tbr at afthd.tu-darmstadt.de 
> <mailto:dm8tbr at afthd.tu-darmstadt.de>>:
>
>     neeraj suriyal schrieb:
>
>         i am new to Linux so i am little bit confusing about mount
>         point how to create the mount point ,is the mount point is any
>         folder location in the system and have a entry in apache ,
>         wether mount point on icecast and ices should be same
>         i stuck with this since 3 days ,i will do rest of thing
>         any help will be appreciated
>
>     http://liveice.sourceforge.net/understanding.html
>     http://www.icecast.org/docs/icecast-trunk/
>     http://www.icecast.org/docs/icecast-trunk/icecast2_glossary.html
>     http://www.icecast.org/docs/icecast-trunk/icecast2_config_file.html#mount
>
>
>     citing from the first URL:
>
>     *WTF is...*
>
>     A mountpoint?
>       This term comes from it's use in filesystems, but ignore that for
>       now. All you need to know is it's a unique reference to identify a
>       stream on a particular server. You could think of it as a "channel"
>       name.
>




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