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Hi all, I have been searching application for setup a home broadcasting station via Internet. Follows are my search result; Freevo, GeeXboX, Auto-RadioX, Red5, CeBIT, Open Broadcaster etc. I haven't ...
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  1. #1
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    Re setup a home broadcasting station


    Hi all,

    I have been searching application for setup a home broadcasting station via Internet. Follows are my search result;
    Freevo, GeeXboX, Auto-RadioX, Red5, CeBIT, Open Broadcaster etc.

    I haven't had any experience on their selection. Please shed me some light.

    Besides where can I find relevant discussion forum?

    TIA

    B.R.
    satimis

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    Why don't you just use icecast on Ubuntu or something?

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    Quote Originally Posted by resetreset View Post
    Why don't you just use icecast on Ubuntu or something?
    Hi,

    Thanks for your advice.

    I already have a collection of info on Airtime and Liquidsoap but not having started my exploration on web-broadcasting yet because lack of time. Currently I'm injecting all my spare time on WordPress and Drupal.

    I just made a brief search on IceCast. It seems not difficult to install and configure. My hardware is ready for my exploration. I have 2 PCs here both running virtualization with 4-core CPU (16G RAM) and 8-Core CPU (32G RAM) respectively. I'll create a VM testing IceCast. Also I'm running 6M/6M (up/down) broadband with static (fixed) IP address.

    B.R.
    satimis

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