thomasx.foster at intel.com
Wed Jul 21 10:49:52 PDT 2004
Check out Darwin Streaming Server.. its in the ports tree
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[mailto:owner-freebsd-questions at freebsd.org] On Behalf Of Justin W.
Sent: Wednesday, July 21, 2004 7:29 AM
To: questions at freebsd.org
Subject: Streaming Audio
I've got quite a collection of Ogg Vorbis (.ogg) files on my FreeBSD
that I would like to be able to stream for personal use (really I'd like
be able to listen to them at work! :)) I've done quite a bit of research
can't find any software to do exactly what I need.
IceCast and Shoutcast look like they'll both work just fine for the
no problems there. However, as for the source client, that's another
This machine was built as a mini-server, I use it for IRC/DNS/WWW and so
forth, therefore, has no X server and no soundcard (for the record it
soundcard built onto the motherboard AC97, but FreeBSD 4.10 sees it as
chip0, so I don't think it's useable), and all of the source clients I
found either require a soundcard or the X system to be installed.
Is there any help for me? I remember the days of Windows streaming with
Shoutcast, in that case, Winamp connected with a socket to shoutcast and
completely bypassed the soundcard... Anything like that for FreeBSD?
Justin W. Pauler
AirRover Wi-Fi Corporation
E-Mail: jwpauler at airroverwifi.com
Phone: (225) 923-1034 x87
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