September 16, 2000

Stream MP3 using Linux

Author: JT Smith

Configuring Linux to stream MP3 music over a TCP/IP network is a matter of installing and configuring just two RPMs. These are Icecast - an MP3 server, and Shout - which streams MP3 data to the MP3 server for broadcasting. On the client side, you'll need MP3 players like Winamp for Windows, or X11amp and Mpg123 for Linux. So, let's get going on how to configure Linux for playing MP3s over your network. Read full article-Anonymous Reader


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