I spent most of today hacking at the esound code, and found the answer.
At this very moment,
is employing the WRUV G4 Xserve for encoding.
Or it was, as of 10:48 AM. We’ll see
- how long it stays up
- if it come back automatically after system reboot
- if the breaks up while DJ uses computer
Brian Bittman states:
Worth a try
We’re not using QuickTime. We’re using a shoutcast Mp3 stream. It just happens to come from Darwin Streaming Server rather than a true shoutcast server.
But yes, I see your point, and installation of an alternate server is on my do-list. So is going to British Columbia for a week+ of skiing, leaving Thursday night, be back Monday Feb 28.
Until I or TSG gets an alternate CIT streaming server running, I do have another QTSS you can use for testing. It is behind the campus firewall, so you’ll need to either set up your encoder and listen on-campus or use the Cisco VPN client if off-campus (for both encoding and listening). I think this is the right info
stream URL http://weasel.uvm.edu:8000/