In Linux, Icecast is controlled completely from the command line. This is very handy if you need to run it on a remote server which is very often the case.
So to start Icecast the basic command is:
icecast -c icecast.xmlThe trick is to find your 'icecast.xml' file. If you installed from source then you will find the file in the Icecast2 source directory within the conf directory. The file will be called 'icecast.xml.dist'. If its not there then run updatedb and then do a locate or slocate to try and find the file. So let's say I am in the Icecast2 source directory and the 'icecast.xml.dist' file is on the 'conf' directory, well maybe it would be easier if I moved it up to the directory I am working in and changed the name to 'icecast.xml'. I will use the cp command because then I leave a copy of the original just in case... so to do this I type:
cp conf/icecast.xml.dist icecast.xmlnow I can run the command:
icecast -c icecast.xmlwith luck it runs... the '-c' parameter here means 'config', so it is a way of telling the icecast command to use the config file 'icecast.xml'
If you find that there is an error then see the next section of configuring Iceast2.
However if it is running then all you need to know is the default password is hackme.
For the purposes of running MuSE with the Icecast server that you have just set up, use the following (all of which can be altered by editing the 'icecast.xml' file):
port : 8000 password : hackme host : localhostThen use any mount point you like, for example /firststream will work just fine.
If you do this, when you test the stream open xmms and enter into the 'open location' field (see section above) the following URL:
http://localhost:8000/firststreamand you should hear whatever is coming through your soundcard.
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