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infinitomagazine
11-15-2006, 15:20 PM
I want to run a shoutcast using a linux vps, but no have idea
any who know how to set up a shoutcast server?

konratt
11-16-2006, 10:37 AM
I want to run a shoutcast using a linux vps, but no have idea
any who know how to set up a shoutcast server?
Look at this URL:
www.shoutcast.com/download/serve.phtml
Maybe it'll help you somehow.

infinitomagazine
11-16-2006, 13:39 PM
thanks about that info, but I did know that.
the question is, with this file, whats next?
how can I configurate a shoutcast server is a linux VPS?

TimeOUT
11-22-2006, 10:22 AM
I can suggest you turn to vpsland.com tech support. I just know that they provide helpfull and friendly support.

infinitomagazine
11-22-2006, 10:33 AM
SO happy to look a cool comment about VPSland.

but, let me remember:
Month ago I paid 15 dollars to VPSland and they didnt give me my VPS, had to go to paypal dispute to get my money back.


So you want to go with VPSland, I think no thanks. is a waste of time and money.
BTw Paypal force Vpsland to refund me

maxpayne_20000
06-15-2007, 14:52 PM
Woah, that's great to hear! Setting up a SHOUTcast server is actually not too bad. All you need is a few things. One, a computer laying around that isn't

maxpayne_20000
06-15-2007, 14:52 PM
used too much, tons of bandwidth, and some knowledge in computers. Let's get started, shall we? Here are a few basic sections that you should cover to get rolling:

maxpayne_20000
06-15-2007, 14:54 PM
n order to broadcast audio using Winamp, you'll need to have a SHOUTcast server for Winamp to connect to. The purpose of the SHOUTcast server is that it allows people using Winamp connect to it and begin downloading content being streamed live off the Internet,

maxpayne_20000
06-15-2007, 14:54 PM
and the content is live, and up to the minute. This server software allows many people to connect, assuming you have enough bandwidth, memory, and CPU. Your broadcasters use Winamp and th

maxpayne_20000
06-15-2007, 14:54 PM
SHOUTcast Source Plug-in for Winamp to send data to your server, and the server then relays the data back to your listeners. The person running the

maxpayne_20000
06-15-2007, 14:54 PM
SHOUTcast server has the ability to administer the server itself via HTML and a simple configuration file. To obtain the latest copy of the SHOUTcast Server,

maxpayne_20000
06-15-2007, 14:55 PM
Windows users should download the server, and unzip into an appropriate folder such as "c:\Program Files\SHOUTcast". Once the

maxpayne_20000
06-15-2007, 14:55 PM
iles are extracted into the folder, create a shortcut for SC_SERV.EXE to the Desktop. Start up the SHOUTcast server by running the executable, then click on the "Edit config" menu option located at the top. This will start the default text editor, opening the configuration file for SHOUTcast server

maxpayne_20000
06-15-2007, 14:55 PM
Please follow all the directions that are written into the configuration file. Once you are done making changes, save the file, close the editor, and restart the SHOUTcast server application.

maxpayne_20000
06-15-2007, 14:55 PM
Those of you serving from Unix should download the version appropriate for your operating system, gunzip the distribution, and un-tar the archive

maxpayne_20000
06-15-2007, 14:56 PM
Use a text editor to configure the sc_serv.conf file (see below for details on configuring). It doesn't matter what user the server runs at, s

maxpayne_20000
06-15-2007, 14:56 PM
save that the user has read access to the config file, and write access for the files you define for file storage and log storage.

Reseller Mike
06-15-2007, 17:24 PM
Wow,

And you could not add all this in one post? :)

jani83
04-27-2008, 05:42 AM
linux normally comes installed on dedicated boxes from data centers but if you want to install linux on a home machine then you may need to try looking for it on google.

afkate
10-19-2010, 21:40 PM
it sounds interesting.

kinah1
11-09-2010, 03:22 AM
thanks about that info, but I did know that.

ajith1
12-15-2010, 17:53 PM
hi...
i am new to this forum and i agree with your posts which must be appreciated by all. Thanks for sharing.