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  1. #1

    How to uninstall shoutcast?

    Well seeing as my partner is in charge of services, n he is away, i got stuck with learning it. N i was just testing shoutcast n how to install it.

    But seeing i was only testing i didn't care what IP it was on, n i stuck it on the main ip which i kinda don't want it there anymore?

    So how do i remove/uninstall shoutcast?

  2. #2
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    just stop the service

    run "ps aux | grep sc_serv"

    and kill the pid #

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    You don't really install shoutcast, just unpack and execute it.

    As mentioned kill off the processes and delete the files.

  4. #4
    run "ps aux | grep sc_serv"
    rm sc_serv && rm sc_serv.conf

    should do the job


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    I did them commands but im still streaming. lol.

    I may have do it wrong. But i don't think i did.

    The command: run "ps aux | grep sc_serv" never worked in the first place so i just did the other command but im still streaming.

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    That's because the command is just ps aux | grep sc_serv. That will return the process that is the Shoutcast server. Then you need to get the process ID from that command (it will be a number) and then kill it. From there, you can then go ahead and remove the files. Like DediShack said, rm sc_serv && rm sc_serv.conf should do it once you're in the directory where Shoutcast is located.
    Quote Originally Posted by Quaddy View Post
    The command: run "ps aux | grep sc_serv" never worked in the first place so i just did the other command but im still streaming.
    Last edited by CArmstrong; 02-22-2008 at 02:19 AM.

  7. #7
    What one is the process number?:

    [[email protected] ~]# ps aux | grep sc_serv
    root 18412 0.0 0.1 36640 2536 ? Sl Feb18 0:35 ./sc_serv sc_serv.conf
    root 19599 0.0 0.0 1832 512 pts/2 R+ Feb19 0:00 grep sc_serv
    root 32507 0.0 0.1 36488 1912 ? Sl Feb18 0:28 ./sc_serv sc_serv.conf

    Is it the start? 18412, 19599 & 32507? Cause if it, it says:

    -bash: kill: (19599) - No such process
    [[email protected] ~]# kill 18412

  8. #8
    try killall sc_serv -9


  9. #9
    [[email protected] ~]# killall sc_serv -9
    sc_serv: no process killed

    But i can't broadcast now. So something worked but idn. lol

    Thankyou!

  10. #10
    As they said, stop and delete.

  11. #11
    Thanks for the guide everyone, I used it and it worked.

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