rgrafton at indatacorp.com
Fri Oct 15 16:48:39 PDT 2004
You were given some good starting points for on line docs to get your
more familiar with what you're getting into.
With a little effort in bringing yourself up to speed with FreeBSD, you
will find how incredibly easy it is to build a
robust, secure, stable and reliable system where you get what you expect.
Here's a small peek into FreeBSD accommodating you're goals;
FreeBSD has a software/application repository called ports, (this thing
is truly amazing!).
Within the ports directory you will find apache and mod_mp3. This will
give you a web server with streaming mp3
capabilities. Not including the time to load up your mp3 collection and
web pages, you could have this system
up, running and ready to satisfy your goals within an hour or 2, (taking
that you have fast Internet connection and hardware)!
Read the Handbook on the FreeBSD site, use the mailing lists. Also grab
a book. Two books that
helped me get started were Ted Mittelstaedt's 'The FreeBSD Corporate
Networker's Guide' and Michal Urban
and Brian Tieman's 'FreeBSD Unleashed 2nd edition'.
>wow that was fast, i got two responces i dont know how this exctaly works :S sry
>so i reply to the first adress
>thanks terry for the link im gonna check it (print it will by more usefull)
>and SpiralEyed ididnt check the docs at shoutcast.com but i didnt even
>get to install it
>im looking more exactly for a document or a web from someone who did
>something like i wanna do, or some "how to" related, most docs online
>are too large and contains a lot of info, i know its good but i just
>wanna set up the site =/
>well first of all i think that i need to read more becouse i dont even
>know how this mailing list works (and gmail is making me crazy)
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