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  1. #46
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  2. #47
    Hi all,

    I have shoutcast running on linux with multiple sessions just fine. What I'm trying to do is be able to run multiple sessions on a windows machine. I'm geared more into Linux so windows is a new creature for me. Can anyone hepl me?

    Cheers!

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    Wow. This was very helpful. I just got mine installed and working within 15mintues. Possibly less. Thanks!
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  4. #49
    Does anyone know if how to have it kill the shoutcast server each time you finish broadcasting?

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    Nope. Sorry. =/
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    Does anyone know if how to have it kill the shoutcast server each time you finish broadcasting?
    This is not possible with ShoutCAST by default. You would need to create a script that monitors the process and kills it when you're finished broadcasting. Also, how are you supposed to reconnect when you want to go back on? Are you going to login and restart it every time?

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    Hmm..does anyone know how to have several audio files on the server, and have shoutcast play them as if it was a playlist?
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  8. #53
    BTW, if you are running FreeBSD,

    DONT use the freebsd version of the shoutcast server. Its running on to old libs and will cause a memory leak wich will eat up your max open files, wich can also cause your server unreachable.

    Just run the linux version and enable linux binary support wich is in the freebsd handbook (http://www.freebsd.org/handbook)

  9. #54
    Dual post ... pls del

  10. #55
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    Quote Originally Posted by NuPixel
    Hmm..does anyone know how to have several audio files on the server, and have shoutcast play them as if it was a playlist?
    Did you figure it out or find an answer to this somewhere else? I am looking for the same answer.

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    Yes I found out. Look for sc_serv. If you cant find it or an readme for it, I have it. Email/IM me if you need help.
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  12. #57

    Down?

    I logged into the web panel and it said server down, after I already started it up.

    Event log:
    <01/12/06@21:52:33> [SHOUTcast] DNAS/Linux v1.9.5 (Dec 27 2004) starting up...
    <01/12/06@21:52:33> [main] pid: 14252
    <01/12/06@21:52:33> [main] loaded config from sc_serv.conf
    <01/12/06@21:52:33> [main] initializing (usermax:8 portbase:9000)...
    <01/12/06@21:52:33> [main] No ban file found (sc_serv.ban)
    <01/12/06@21:52:33> [main] No rip file found (sc_serv.rip)
    <01/12/06@21:52:33> [main] opening source socket
    <01/12/06@21:52:33> [main] source thread starting
    <01/12/06@21:52:33> [main] opening client socket
    <01/12/06@21:52:33> [main] Client Stream thread [0] starting
    <01/12/06@21:52:33> [main] client main thread starting
    <01/12/06@21:52:33> [source] listening for connection on port 9001
    <01/12/06@21:52:38> [dest: 69.117.103.118] Invalid resource request(/favicon.ico)
    <01/12/06@21:53:25> [sleeping] 0 listeners (0 unique)



    Can someone please explain a few things also (including the above)

    1. Run multiple servers, also in background
    2. Adjust dedicated IP per server? I know its in the config file, but what line is it?
    3. Monitor bandwidth? Any Scripts?

    Thanks in advance.

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    1. Run multiple servers, also in background
    When you set it up, just change port 8000 to a different port. Like 8001
    Then when you want your listeners to connect, have the link go to:
    http://yourip:8001

    I know how to do #2, but I gotta read my config to make sure I'm telling you the right thing
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  14. #59
    May be dump question, If I install shoutcast on vps will it work on the node ?

    Do I have to install it for every account or package to use it on vps server?
    If I install it, is it available for all the accounts in the server
    If I want domain1.com and domain2.com hosted in the server, both accounts would be able to use shoutcast?

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    Use it like how? like a link?
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