[Icecast] Simple source on Debian

Spam Catcher spamcatcher447 at gmail.com
Tue Jun 9 10:43:22 PDT 2015


Hi there.

Thanks for the tip about Ices2. Do you know if it's possible to make
it work with mp3 files? I only ask because there are several people
who stream using my server, and they use mp3. I'm trying to create
fallback streams, but in order for that to work, I'd have to get them
to switch to ogg or find a way to make Ices work with mp3.


Thanks

On 6/9/15, José Luis Artuch <artuch at speedy.com.ar> wrote:
> Hi,
> El lun, 08-06-2015 a las 20:44 -0400, Spam Catcher escribió:
>> Hello everyone.
>>
>> I just joined this list, and I was wondering if any of you might have
>> any suggestions. I'm looking for a source that will run on Debian,
>> that would simply send mp3 files I have in a folder to my Icecast2
>> server in a random order. I do not require anything special, like
>> random ads, scheduling support, etc.
>>
>> I've given Liquidsoap a try, but it seems to be far too complex for my
>> understanding at the moment. I'd have to write a script just to
>> randomly rotate through a folder of music.
>>
>> I've also tried IceGenerator, but I can't get it to install. After
>> running configure, it says that I'm missing the Libshout2 library. I
>> have Libshout3 installed, but can't find a copy of Libshout2.
>>
>> Does anyone have any ideas for  another source I might be able to use?
>>
>>
>>
>> Thank you for reading.
> The simplest way I know is Ices2 + Bash script.
> apt-get install ices2 vorbis-tools
> and make a script to build a random list of songs stored in a folder.
> José Luis
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