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Hi, I've just installed flash media 4.5 on my debian dedicated server. Code: Installation directory = /opt/adobe/fms Adobe Flash Media Server Port = 1935,80 Adobe Flash Media Admin Server Port ...
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- 02-13-2013 #1
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- Feb 2013
flash media server 4.5 configuration for Debian Wheezy
I've just installed flash media 4.5 on my debian dedicated server.
Installation directory = /opt/adobe/fms Adobe Flash Media Server Port = 1935,80 Adobe Flash Media Admin Server Port = 1111 Apache Install = Yes Administrative username = adminusername Administrative password = (suppressed) service owner = fms service user = fms service group = fms Run as daemon = Yes Apache install none, already installed
#fms Alias /fms "/opt/adobe/fms/webroot" <directory "/opt/adobe/fms/webroot"> Options Indexes FollowSymLinks MultiViews ExecCGI AllowOverride All Order allow,deny Allow from all </directory>
7639 pts/1 00:00:00 fmsmaster 7743 pts/1 00:00:00 fmsadmin 8272 pts/1 00:00:00 fmsedge <defunct>
2013-02-12 12:12:30 7639 (i)2581224 Edge (8278) started, arguments : -edgeports ":1935,80" -coreports "localhost:19350" -conf "/opt/adobe/fms/conf/Server.xml" -adaptor "_defaultRoot_" -name "_defaultRoot__edge1" -edgename "edge1". - 2013-02-12 12:12:35 7639 (i)2581226 Edge (8278) is no longer active. - 2013-02-12 12:12:35 7639 (w)2581255 Edge (8278) _defaultRoot__edge1 experienced 1 failure[s]!
I can connect to admin console
what is the next step when you have installed fms 4.5?
# IP address and port(s) Flash Media Server should listen on # For example: # ADAPTOR.HOSTPORT = :1935,80 # ADAPTOR.HOSTPORT = :1935,80 # IP (address and) port that Flash Media Server should proxy # unknown HTTP requests to. Leave empty to disable proxying. # With no address, specifies a localhost port. # For example: # HTTPPROXY.HOST = webfarm.example.com:80 # HTTPPROXY.HOST = :8134
- 09-22-2013 #2
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- Apr 2009
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Sorry. I haven't tried to set up a flash server. In my case, I use ffmpeg to convert .flv to something more "compatible", such as mpeg2/4 or .mkv (Mastroika) format.Sometimes, real fast is almost as good as real time.
Just remember, Semper Gumbi - always be flexible!