Installing SHOUTCast Radio Server (Online Media Streaming) on Linux

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46 Responses

  1. ravindr says:

    Hello, I want to merge shoutcast v1 and shoutcast V2 version, is it possible? How can I merge both features in a one version v3.

  2. mohamed says:

    We have programs that we need to download on Ubuntu Server Linux. Can you help with this and how much does it cost?

  3. Chris says:

    Thanks for a nice tutorial. I have used it for some years now and it works great!! But I have one problem with it and this is probably a piece of cake if you know linux.

    When there is i.e. a power loss and when the power returns I have to log on and make a manual radio start procedur.

    How do I write a script to start the shoutcast automatically as soon as i.e. power returns to the linux computer without any manual commands??

    Thanks

    /Chris

  4. Ricardo says:

    Can someone tell me a standalone Linux computer ready to work?

  5. Kashif says:

    Hello, i am using Sc_trans to AutoDJ, Can any one tell me how i can configure so whenever i want to connect with Sam Broadcaster it will disconnect automatic from Sc_trans and will be connect via sam broadcaster.

    Thanks

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