Randy Bush randy at
Wed Apr 15 03:26:57 UTC 2015

>> audio/shoutcast updated and now the way i run no longer works
>> i (used to) run a dozen streams servers on a dozen ports via a dozen
>> entries in /usr/local/etc/rc.d and matching conf files.  this is because
>> upstreamrs such as nicecast for mac etc can not specify the new
>> version's selector in http://u.r.l/selector.
>> the new version screams when i try to start more than one instance.
>> and the package is a frelling binary, i.e. i can not hack it.  <insert
>> stream of religious invective>.
>> how far back do i have to go to find a usable version?  or am i missing
>> some obvious hack?
> Umm... why the <insert stream of religious invective> didn't
> you provide any useful information? ;)

rofl.  my apologies.  i really know better

FreeBSD 10.1-RELEASE-p6 FreeBSD 10.1-RELEASE-p6 #0: Tue Feb 24 18:57:59 UTC 2015     root at  i386

# pkg info shoutcast
Name           : shoutcast
Version        :
Installed on   : Fri Apr 10 04:23:14 UTC 2015
Origin         : audio/shoutcast
Architecture   : freebsd:10:x86:32
Prefix         : /usr/local
Categories     : net audio
Licenses       : 
Maintainer     : sbruno at
WWW            :
Comment        : SHOUTcast Distributed Network Audio Server
Options        :
        DOCS           : on
        EXAMPLES       : on
        SERVERSETUP    : on
Annotations    :
Flat size      : 6.54MiB
Description    :
SHOUTcast Distributed Network Audio Server 2.0 (or DNAS for short) is
the next-generation SHOUTcast server technology, designed to work with
the new YP 2.0 playform that supports real-time and coming soon search
results, international chatacter encoding support, and much more!


> You could always hack up a version within your ports tree, and
> use the results.

again, the port is shipped as a binary, /usr/ports/audio/shoutcast
contains no sources.


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