[Icecast] Problem with web services

José Luis Artuch artuch at speedy.com.ar
Tue Mar 25 21:01:01 UTC 2014

Jo se
Have you properly configured the *web server* (Lighttpd, Apache, etc.)
on the Ubuntu server ?.
Does that *web server* serve properly an index.html page ?.
Try to serve a simple html page like:
<!DOCTYPE html>
<meta http-equiv='Content-Type' content='text/html; charset=utf-8' />
<audio autoplay controls>
<source src='http://yourip:yourport/youraudio.ogg' type='audio/ogg;
<source src='http://yourip:yourport/youraudio.mp3' type='audio/mpeg;
José Luis

El mar, 25-03-2014 a las 15:21 -0400, Jo se escribió:
> you see, i have 3 icecast servers, one with windows, one with CentOS
> and this one with Ubuntu, in the other two the addition of one Online
> Radio Player wasn't a problem at all, i just add another .html page
> redirected from the main one and it work perfectly.
> But in the ubuntu one... well, the history is a little different, and
> that's why i send this mail.
> You see, what i'm trying to archieve is know and fix why in the ubuntu
> server the added .html page doesn't work at all, but in the CentOS and
> the Windows one it does perfectly.
> That's the thing, in the CentOS, Ubuntu and Windows the .index is just
> code, i mean html and a little more of javascript, nothing more, but
> why in two of them it works perfectly and in the other doesn't.
> Thanks in advance
> On Tue, Mar 25, 2014 at 10:59 AM, MARŠ - Luka Cvetko
> <luka at radiomars.si> wrote:
>         ​Hello,​
>         2014-03-25 15:43 GMT+01:00 Jo se <kulturu01 at gmail.com>:
>                 in fact it doesn't, i try what you suggest there but
>                 doesn't work
>                 i was the same guy than ask that by irc, and the
>                 solution he gave
>                 doesn't work, besides, the only real way to test it
>                 with my avaible
>                 time and without interfere with the airtime service
>                 (to do real time
>                 tests) is through this way
>                 Thanks in any case
>         ​can you please further clarify the issue? 
>         ​You can access your Icecast2 administration interface on
>         http://yourip:8000/
>         You can access the Airtime administration interface/login
>         screen on http://yourip:8080/ (or other port you set up during
>         installation). 
>         What are you trying to achieve? 
>         Are you trying to serve a customized page instead of the
>         Icecast administration interface? 
>         Are you trying to server your HTML page (in-browser stream
>         player) independently of Icecast? If so, I suggest creating an
>         entirely separate ghost in Apache, the web server. Airtime
>         must have installed it anyways. That way you won't need to
>         interfere with any Icecast files. 
>         Kind regards, 
>         -- 
>         Luka Cvetko
>         moderator & tehnik & novinar
>         Mariborski radio študent
>         Gosposvetska cesta 87b,
>         2000 Maribor
>         T 031 489 089
>         E luka at radiomars.si
>         W radiomars.si
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