Commit 816ffafb authored by Ed "oddsock" Zaleski's avatar Ed "oddsock" Zaleski

added Karl to AUTHORS

updated the README with more detailed information...

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Jack Moffitt <jack@icecast.org>
Michael Smith <msmith@icecast.org>
oddsock <oddsock@oddsock.org>
oddsock <oddsock@xiph.org>
Karl Heyes <karl@xiph.org>
Icecast2 Beta 3.
icecast 2.x - README
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This is an beta release. Not all functionality is fully implemented, though
we believe it to be very stable for all the currently available features.
Icecast is a streaming media server which currently supports Ogg
Vorbis and MP3 audio streams. It can be used to create an Internet
radio station or a privately running jukebox and many things in
between. It is very versatile in that new formats can be added
relatively easily and supports open standards for commuincation and
interaction.
Prerequisites
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icecast requires the following packages :
* libxml2 - http://xmlsoft.org/downloads.html
* libxslt - http://xmlsoft.org/XSLT/downloads.html
* curl - http://curl.haxx.se/download.html (>= version 7.10 required)
NOTE: icecast may be compiled without curl, however this will
disable all Directory server interaction (YP).
* ogg/vorbis - http://www.vorbis.com/files (>= version 1.0 required)
A Note About RPMS
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This section only applies to you if your operating system uses RPMS.
In order to build icecast, you will need to install the "devel" RPM
packages for each of the prerequisite packages in addition to the
normal RPMS for each package.
please check the websites for each of the prerequisite packages for
appropriate download links for RPMS.
Build/Install
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To build icecast on a Unix platform, perform the following :
Run
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To build and install this release.
A sample config file will be placed in /usr/local/etc (on UNIX) or in the current working directory (on Win32) and is called icecast.xml
A sample config file will be placed in /usr/local/etc (on UNIX) or in
the current working directory (on Win32) and is called icecast.xml
Documentation for icecast is available in the doc directory, by viewing doc/icecast2_TOC.html in a browser.
Documentation for icecast is available in the doc directory, by
viewing doc/icecast2_TOC.html in a browser.
Please email us at icecast@xiph.org or icecast-dev@xiph.org, or come and see
us at irc.freenode.net, channel #icecast, if you have any troubles.
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