Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of rpld/StreamingToIcecast


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11/24/10 12:24:26 (11 years ago)
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ph3-der-loewe
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Infos on setting up roard

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    4747For all the packages the building is done like: 
    4848{{{ 
    49  $ tar -xvzf ''package''.tar.gz 
    50  $ cd ''package'' 
     49 $ tar -xvzf package.tar.gz 
     50 $ cd package 
    5151 $ ./configure 
    5252 $ make 
     
    5555 
    5656== Setting up roard == 
     57After installing roard is basically already ready. All we need to tell it is to stream to to our Icecast server. 
     58 
     59To do this we need to set the output driver to ''shout'' and device name to URL of the server including mount point and login. Such a URL may look like this: 
     60 `http://source:hackme@streaming-server.example.org:8000/mountpoint.ogg` 
     61 
     62''source is username (this is the default username, do not change if unsure) and ''hackme'' is the password. 
     63 
     64=== on Debian === 
     65There is a configuration file at /etc/default/roaraudio you need to edit. 
     66scroll down to section `Audio and Devices`. Now set the following parameters: 
     67{{{ 
     68 ROARD_DRIVER='shout' 
     69 ROARD_DEVICE='http://source:hackme@streaming-server.example.org:8000/mountpoint.ogg' 
     70 ROARD_DRIVER_OPTIONS='sync,codec=ogg_vorbis' 
     71}}} 
     72 
     73Note that you need to remove the leading `#`s. 
     74 
     75=== Starting manually === 
     76If you start roard manually you must simply pass the parameters using `-o`, `-O` and `-oO`. 
     77 
     78Example: 
     79{{{ 
     80 roard -o shout -O http://source:hackme@streaming-server.example.org:8000/mountpoint.ogg -oO sync,codec=ogg_vorbis 
     81}}} 
    5782 
    5883== Setting up rpld ==