[Icecast] Win32 Service

Brad Isbell brad at musatcha.com
Sun Jun 1 09:52:49 PDT 2014


You can use NSSM (http://nssm.cc/usage) to do this easily yourself:

nssm install Icecast "C:\Path\To\icecast.exe"

It does a decent job of handling the real start/stop/restart signals, and
can optionally restart Icecast automatically upon failure.  Also, NSSM
binaries and source are public domain, so if the Icecast authors wanted to
include it in the installer, they could legally do so.



Brad Isbell
brad at musatcha.com
http://www.musatcha.com


On Sun, Jun 1, 2014 at 8:58 AM, Tobias - WileC <djwilec at d-jay.de> wrote:

> Hello,
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> What’s about to use Icecast as win32 service? In the new installation of
> 2.4.0, the option for installing as win32 service isn’t available. Would it
> be implemented in the future?
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> Best regards
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> Tobias
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