Commit 9571b2e2 authored by Thomas B. Rücker's avatar Thomas B. Rücker 😊
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Windows installer, reworded packaging, etc

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permalink: /download/
download:
linux:
format: ".TAR.GZ"
format: ".tar.gz"
size: "2.3 MB"
url: "http://downloads.xiph.org/releases/icecast/icecast-2.4.1.tar.gz"
description: "Source Package"
description: "Source Tarball"
windows:
format: ".ZIP"
size: "5.9 MB"
url: "http://downloads.xiph.org/releases/icecast/icecast_win32_2.4.1.zip"
description: "Binary Package"
format: ".exe"
size: "5.0 MB"
url: "http://downloads.xiph.org/releases/icecast/icecast_win32_2.4.1.exe"
description: "Binary Installer"
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<div class="article" id="current-release" markdown="1">
# Icecast Current Release (2.4.1)
The latest Icecast release can be downloaded below. For Windows there is a binary release, for Linux/UNIX
there is provided the source package.
The latest Icecast release can be downloaded below. For Windows there is a binary release in an installer, for Linux/UNIX
we provide the sources.
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This is the preferred way to install Icecast, as distribution packaging is tuned to make Icecast fit well into your system. In most cases packaging will also provide necessary scripts/files to make Icecast start as a service on boot.
For details please refer to the package repository section of your distribution's fine manual.
### Official packages of current Icecast
Hints that you might find useful:
- Thomas provides test builds, packaged for various distributions, using his
- Thomas provides official builds of latest Icecast, packaged for various distributions, using his
[OBS project](https://build.opensuse.org/package/show/home:dm8tbr/icecast) for Icecast.
- There are [package repositories](http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/dm8tbr/)
that can be added to the distro package manager.
that can be added to the distro package manager. You can think of it as a "PPA" or whatever your distro calls this.
- Debian and its derivatives (e.g. Ubuntu) name the package `icecast2`.
- Packages are built with openSSL enabled, to ease setting up HTTPS streaming/access.
## Older Releases
Older releases can be found [here](http://downloads.xiph.org/releases/icecast/)
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