[Icecast] EZStream 0.5.6 Says No Such Share Object

Steve Matzura sm at noisynotes.com
Wed Mar 25 08:50:05 PDT 2015


On Wed, 25 Mar 2015 14:56:22 +0100, you wrote:

>On Wed, Mar 25, 2015 at 09:43:20AM -0400, Steve Matzura wrote:
>> I ridded myself of the 32-bit and install the 64-bit version of
>> EZStream on Fedora 20 (Heizenbug). The RPM doesn't offer 0.6.0, but no
>> matter,
>
>I'm sorry, the previous ezstream RPM package maintainer did not registered the
>package for monitoring new releases, so Fedora still delivers older version.
>However I upgraded the package yesterday, so after few days (or a week) the
>0.6.0 version should appear fedora-updates-testing (or fedora-updates)
>repository on your favourite mirror.

That's what I figured. NO problem with that.

>> I've encountered something new having to do with something
>> called 'madplay'.
>> 
>> $ /usr/bin/ezstream -c "/home/admin/ezstream/{my-file}.xml"
>> ezstream: Connected to http://localhost:8000/broadband
>> ezstream: Streaming ``{some other thing}''
>> sh: madplay: command not found
>
>You configuration file probably defines `madplay' as an external command for
>execution. If this is your choice, you need to install the tool to.
>
>The tool is provided by `madplay' package which for whatever (maybe legal)
>reason is distributed by rpmfusion-free repository instead of the offical
>Fedora's one. Once you enable the repozitory, simple "yum install madplay"
>should install the tool into your computer.
>
>-- Petr

Thanks. But what is this thing, and should I bother with installing
it, or if I changed the configuratioin file you mentioned, would this
problem go away?


More information about the Icecast mailing list