Andrew, No, everything is console based. For example, my setup consists of:
1. Making a playlist: a text file listing each song in my collection (locate *.ogg >> playlist) 2. Starting IceCast 3. Starting IceS 4. Listening IceS then reads the playlist file that is created and by configuration, either randomly picks a song or goes in sequential order, again, that is up to you. I generally like the system, not bad at all, the only thing I wish I could do was call up songs on a whim, which out of the box cannot be done, however, with a little php script on the webserver, I'm going to do just that (add the new song to the top of the playlist and send a SIGHUP). But yes, everything is console based, and I used it for well over 8 hours today without a single dropout or audio problem. -- Justin W. Pauler > -----Original Message----- > From: Andrew L. Gould [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] > Sent: Thursday, July 22, 2004 4:34 PM > To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]; [EMAIL PROTECTED] > Subject: Re: Streaming Audio > > On Thursday 22 July 2004 09:29 am, Justin W. Pauler wrote: > > Alexander, > > > > Thanks to you and everyone else who provided insight on > this problem. > > I actually got everything finished and working late last > night using > > IceS as the stream client and IceCast to stream out the music. It > > works quite well, I've actually made a big playlist of all my songs > > and it randomly plays all of them. > > > > Thanks again, > > > > -- > > Justin W. Pauler > > Does the client rely on a GUI? If not, is it easy to select > songs from the console? > > I ask because I have an opportunity to trade some old parts > for an old laptop (133Mhz, 16MB RAM, etc). > > Thanks, > > Andrew Gould > _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"