[Icecast] Icecast start up script for icecast

Luis Barrett getpaid00 at gmail.com
Mon Feb 21 09:11:11 PST 2011


Hi Icecast,

My name is Luis Barrett as you know, for past couple of days now I been
having problem getting icecast started. The first thing
I notice that we need to have a icecast.pid file but reading the script it
say when you start up icecast it will create the icecast.pid
file for us. So this is my question because now I'm getting upset because no
one as been able be straight forward with us. We need
to now why can we not start up icecast? So it can create the icecast.pid
file and where that in our directory that file need to go? Again
we have a Redhat Enterprise LS 4 reading the some forum and searching online
we notice everyone having the same problem on a
different Distro. I want to know how to start up icecast on our Distro if
you now the answer please reply if you don't know the answer
please let me know that you don't know the answer because I respect more if
don't know the answer then just prolonging the issue
or just direct me to the person who dose like the person who created icecast
because right we are getting very upset that no one can
not give us a straight answer.

Thank you,

Luis Barrett

On Sun, Feb 20, 2011 at 12:46 PM, Keith Roberts <keith at karsites.net> wrote:

> On Sun, 20 Feb 2011, Geoff Shang wrote:
>
>  To: Luis Barrett <getpaid00 at gmail.com>
>> From: Geoff Shang <geoff at QuiteLikely.com>
>>
>> Subject: Re: [Icecast] Icecast start up script for icecast
>>
>> On Sun, 20 Feb 2011, Luis Barrett wrote:
>>
>>  We already have icecast install we our just trying to it started. In the
>>> icecast started script we need the icecast.pid file and we just want to know
>>> were in the directory is the icecast.pid file or do we have to create one if
>>> we do in which directory?
>>>
>>
>> The Icecast PID file will be created by Icecast itself when it is started.
>>
>> The location of the file is defined in the config file icecast.xml.
>>
>> If it's not there or commented out, it appears that no PID file is created
>> (i.e. that there's no default location).  I say this because my running
>> Icecast server on my home machine doesn't seem to have one and it's
>> commented out in the config file.
>>
>> I guess you can put it anywhere, but there's probably a standard location
>> for such things and it may even be specified in your config file.
>>
>
> Hi Geoff.
>
> I'm running Centos 5.5 and the init process says icecast has started, but
> at shutdown time I get a message saying icecast is not running.
>
> What needs to be edited in the icecast.xml to get it to startup at boot
> time please?
>
> Regards,
>
> Keith
>
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