Server :: Broadcast To Darwin Streaming Server

Dec 27, 2010

please I need a Linux or Windows broadcast software to broadcast live audio / video streams to Darwin streaming server.

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Networking :: Darwin Streaming Server Video Streaming Local Only?

May 26, 2009

I successfully installed darwin streaming server .. I stream Audio through internet well but videos I can stream locally in my network only .. when I am connected to internet outside my network .. it doesn't stream I think their must be ports opened for that .. or any 1 have any ideas .. the audio is streamed on port 8000 .. video is streamed on port 7070 but locally only .. I opened those 2 ports in my router only the audio is working .. also I opened ports 554,7170 disabled the firewall of the router .. is it a problem of ports or something else .

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Server :: Begin Online TV Broadcast - Can't Directly Broadcast From Country

Apr 1, 2010

Friends i have an idea to broadcast few local TV channels to the world via internet.But friends i can't directly broadcast from my country because of bandwidth.friends is there a way to do this through a remote server server? i just need to input my stream to a remote server and then broadcast it from the server.I can stream channels to the server from my country through a 10mbbs connection.

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Ubuntu Networking :: Broadcast Using VLC / Apache Server

Oct 28, 2010

I need to configure network. I have configured a labtop "1" as a wireless Access point. And connected 2 laptops. I want to broadcast from a labtop "2" a video and read it on labtop 3. This broadcast will be done first time using VLC server then using apache server.

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Slackware :: Broadcast Messages From Server To Clients

Jul 6, 2010

I am searching for a way to broadcast a simple message from a server to the other machines (clients) on my local network every day at 22:30 (10:30pm) to warn users that the server will shutdown in 30 minutes (energy saving strategy). Basically, I was thinking to add a cron entry ion the server crontab to do so. before I go ahead with that, I tried several ways to accomplish this action. Then I tried simply "wall" and got a text promt to type in my message. At the end I pressed CTRL+D and got a popup displaying my message. So it worked but it was on the server's monitor. How can I send this message to a remote machine? Is wall the proper command to do so?

I also tried using paswordless ssh..It doesnt work. Basically I can login on the remote machine using passwordless ssh but when I issue either kdialog or xmessage, I get error "cannot connect to X server on diaplay 0:0" (or something similar).I tried also ssh 'wall 'message'' but it also says "cannot connect to X server on diaplay 0:0"So far I have several ways but nothing really works..There must be a real way to to that?All machines are Slackware 13.1 based.

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Server :: Broadcast A Message To Different Computers Using Wall Command?

Feb 4, 2010

With wall command, we can just broadcast a message to all the login users in only system, how to broadcast a message to all the systems which all are in same network

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Networking :: How To Use DNS Server To Reduce Netbios Broadcast And Speed Up Browsing?

May 11, 2011

I am on a 172.16.x.x network with about 60 Windows XP home and Vista home clients in a peer-to-peer workgroup that uses DHCP to assign addresses. About half the traffic on my LAN is netbios broadcast. I do not want to do a WINS server because I do not want to have to manually change the registry on every machine. This is only for local name resolution and I do not have any web servers or e-mail servers. I do not have access to a Windows server to use as a DNS server. I am on Debian and using BIND but am open to other suggestions.

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Fedora :: MPlayer As Streaming Server

Mar 30, 2011

I am looking to use mplayer as a stream server. I have used VLC as a streaming server.

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Ubuntu :: Streaming To IceCast2 Server

Nov 11, 2010

I'm trying to find out how to stream music to an external IceCast2 server in Ubuntu 9.04, and I was wondering if any of you could help?

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Streaming M3u Through Server With No GUI?

Jun 20, 2011

About a year ago I installed Ubuntu Server 9.10 Karmic on a machine at my work to act as a file/print server and ftp host. I managed this with a lot of googling and reading of forums and it's still all working exactly as it did on day 1!

Now I would like to use the server to stream a local radio station through speakers into the workshop. I have again googled but have not managed to come up with a solution for a server sytem with no GUI...

The radio station streams in a m3u format.

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General :: Streaming Video Server

Jul 25, 2010

Can any one tell me, how to setup a streaming video server in linux. user cant download the content can only view.

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Server :: To Set Up Streaming Server

Mar 28, 2010

I have to setup a streaming server I want to know which program will be good for this I am using Debian as server OS ,I heard about Red 5 performance of streaming using flv or .mpeg4 which one will be better to host on the server and what applications can I use to host it.

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Fedora Servers :: How To Make It As A Streaming Server?

Feb 27, 2009

I brought a TV card and installed on Fedora 9.Want to know how to make it as a streaming server?

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Fedora Networking :: Regarding Video Streaming Server

Apr 19, 2011

i am doing a project based on the linux OS in this i want to implement a streaming server to create the traffic i dont know about these thing so can you let me know is there any servers available if so could you explain step by step installation of server and client.i am using fedora 13 linux

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Music Streaming From A Server?

Jan 8, 2011

I gotta say I know nothing about linux and how it works. I've always been a PC guy(I know, shame, shame). Anyway, I wanted to make my own media server, and for the most part, I seem to of succeed so far. I've learned a ton, but at the same time I'm so lost, and have more questions then answers, and hopefully I'll get some here.

Anyway, the conundrum that I've got is this. I've got my Server set up with Ubuntu 10.10(I think). Got a SAMBA filing system. And then I got Squeezebox to run music off my server. As I dont have an actual Squeezebox I needed to install SoftSqueeze to run the music from the Squeezebox Server address. I then found out that it works fine, but SoftSqueeze sucks when it comes to User Interface. I've tried looking around at other media players and forums about streaming and stuff, but its got me all confused, as I am new to this(going on 2 days now ).

My goal is to be able to stream music to all the users in the household, from the server to there PC. But to do this I'm very lost. I think that I can use a different media player to connect to my servers Squeezebox address... or do I need to get rid of Squeezebox entirely?

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General :: How To Get QuickTime Player For Streaming Server

Jan 10, 2010

I need command line for quicktime to run different tests for my streaming server. Is there any quicktime version available for linux? I am using fedora11- 64 bit.

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Server :: Multiple Streaming Servers In A Cloud?

Aug 9, 2010

I have multiple video streaming servers(Red5 running on machines internally on LAN. For different subdomains.Ubuntu 10.04 The front end to the is apache2 on a Bastion Host. To be able to reach the streaming server I embed a javascript in HTML pages as follows


<embed .....


how will I make sure this rtmp request is mapped to a port different than 1935 as there are three other streaming servers which are also to respond to their respective requests.

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Server :: Squid - Deny Streaming To All IP Addresses Of A LAN

Aug 23, 2010

I'm trying to use Squid to restrict web access on the computers of my LAN. All of the computers are using static IP address and we use our firewall to deny all HTTP access except for the proxy machine so everyone needs to go through the proxy to access the web.

Most of of the computers have access to websites that are listed on a white list that I called "goodsites". I have a range of IP address that I listed in a file called "super_users". These IP adresses are able to access everything except sites that I have put in a black list called "badsites".

I would like to restrict the use of audio/video streaming for all the IP adresses including the super_users. So far I have been able to effectively block streaming for all the IP addresses except the super_users that are able to bypass this restriction.

Here is the transcript of my squid.conf file:

acl manager proto cache_object
acl localhost src
acl to_localhost dst
acl localnet src RFC1918 possible internal network


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Server :: Video Streaming Acl Also Blocking Exe - Rar And Other Downloads ?

Aug 22, 2009

I have these ACLS for video streaming like ..... & onilne tv channles. But they are also blocking downloading exe,rar,and other software connectivity like TeamViewer. What acl are bsically blocking my downloading of exes and rar files and teamviewr connectivity .

acl WMP browser Windows-Media-Player/*

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CentOS 5 Networking :: How To Create Streaming Server

Aug 18, 2010

i am in final semester and almost being stuck to create a streaming server. can any body tell me that how can i create a streaming server on centos 5?

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OpenSUSE Multimedia :: Streaming Online Radio Server?

Dec 9, 2009

tried to do a search for this but it's a bit of a tricky thing to search for. Basically what I'm after is a solution for my work so I can stream a online radio station down to 1 server, and then have the clients stream the audio from that. Anyone know if that's possible?

Online Radio >> Server >> Clients

Any linux or winblows solution would be fine, I'm just trying to look for a solution that would cut down on the internet bandwidth usage, but still allow uses to listen to online radio.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: How To Setup Streaming Sound Server

Jun 19, 2010

One of my friends happens to be a Mac user. When he plays music in iTunes on his Mac Book, he can select that the sound should be played from the laptop speakers or from his remote speakers (i.e. his hifi stereo connected to an Airport Extreme wifi access point). If he chooses to play using the remote speakers, iTunes will stream sound via wifi to the Airport Extreme, which will then output to the hifi stereo speakers.

can I do something similar with Ubuntu/Kubuntu?

I have a setup like this: * I have three laptops running Kubuntu 10.04, Ubuntu 10.04 and Ubuntu Netbook Edition 10.04. * I have a server (fit-PC) running Debian Lenny connected All machines are connected to my local wifi network. The server is connected to some good speakers.

So, what do I need to install/set up on the server and the clients in order to have, say, mplayer, stream sound to the server which will then output it through its sound card?

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Setup Media Streaming Server?

Oct 9, 2010

how to stream media securely over the internet from my desktop to my laptop.

I have a ton of movie and tv shows on my hard drive and instead of carrying around a backup of them on an external drive, I'd like to be able to type in a web address to view a list of files available to just stream.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Setting Up A Streaming Video Server?

Jan 31, 2011

I am trying to set up a video streaming server on my Gnu/Linux Ubuntu 10.10. I want to be able to stream videos that I have on my computer to my friends who aren't on my network.streaming audio applications but that won't help me. Most of the tools available are only for sharing within your own network.

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Server :: Media Streaming - Process Video Files ?

Feb 1, 2011

I was just wondering if there is a software package that will allow my linux server to process video files (mainly AVI and MKV) so that they can be streamed over the network or Internet. I obviously wouldn't be able to stream files between 600MB and 8GB over the Internet and have it play smoothly. What my plan is to setup something so that I can stream my videos over the Internet when I am not home. Can anyone point me in the right direction?

Or maybe there's a software that can break the video file into "parts" and only send out blocks at specific intervals?

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Software :: Streaming Live Video From Windows To A Server?

May 7, 2010

For the server, I have a VPS runing CentOS, and for in the studio we have several PC`s runing Windows (XP/Vista/7).I want to create the streaming server on my CentOS VPS, and stream live video from a webcam connected to a Windows running PC in the studio, and stream it over our website using a flash player. What software should I use? (looking for something free, like shoutcast is for audio) I`ve found a lot of tutorials on the web but most of them are either for streaming from a linux based PC, or streaming for windows media player and real format.

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General :: Elegant Solution For Streaming Media From Home Server?

Jan 24, 2011

I recently moved (~65mi). I have all my files on my Linux Server at home. I want to find a way to have 2 Ubuntu Workstations (at my office/apartment) and Laptop to all be able to stream my media from my home server. (The server get about 600kbps upstream).

Accessing the files I found OpenVPN and NFS to work great - however streaming my videos hasn't been so good - its extremely choppy and unwatchable. I realize there is no perfect solution, but is there anything that could be setup to buffer/prefetch/compress videos making them tolerable to watch?

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Server To Create A Video Streaming Website?

Jan 12, 2010

I'm trying to install a new ubunto server , to create a video streaming website , and live legal channel broadcasting. what all I should install in my server to broadcast my channels. Channel stream uses windows media player or flash player. Dynamic content can be managed with PHP programming language How do justin Tv or livestream , get video from users to broadcast channels ? [URL]

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Internet Streaming Media Server For Debian PPC?

Mar 17, 2010

I've tried on a couple of mailing lists to get a decent response, but it's been pretty shabby, so I thought I'd try the expertise of this fine community.I have a, relatively, ancient iMac G4 "Flowerpot" running Debian Testing and XFCE that I was using as a home music server. I write "was" because I could simply mount it using SSHFS from work, but now they have decided to become very restrictive with ports and for the life of me I can't get it working. I've already set-up GNUMP3D on it, but that also uses a port work won't allow.

So, in essence, I'm looking for suggestions on a Web-based application I could use to stream my music from home. Flash does not work on PPC, so anything Adobe-related is out of the question. Also, Java seems "iffy" at best... It's also worth note all of my music is in OGG format, so the program would have to be able to play said format.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Streaming Audio / Sound From Server To Windows

Jun 20, 2010

I have configured PulseAudio with an MPD system-wide as I want to run PulseAudio without an X-Window Server environment, as I'm going to let my netbook act as a "wireless speaker" for espeak to speak out; thus, minimizing the expense of getting a "whole-apartment audio equipment." This is something that I can figure this out, as I have configured PulseAudio to act as a sender by having a separate RTP stream when I configure it in a VNC client.

Plus, I want my Windows Vista 64-Bit machine to receive the output from PulseAudio. I did download the Windows version of PulseAudio from Cendio, but I have problems getting PulseAudio to work, even if I added load-module module-rtp-recv to in the PulseAudio directory that I installed in PulseAudio directory. I get error after error messages when I run pulseaudio.exe, so it looks to me that it's not going to work anyway.

So I deleted the entire PulseAudio directory. It said something about entropy that I did not know anything about it. So anyway, is there some sort of a server program that listens to PulseAudio output and then send that audio to the client? The server program in the Ubuntu Server (that I plan to use as a sender) must be able to run without an X-Window environment. Is this possible?

I tried to do a search when it comes to streaming audio from Linux to Windows, but the Google search result came up with "Streaming audio/sound from Windows to Linux" which did not turn out very well for me. As a result, I have no luck with doing a Google search for what I'm looking for. In short, is there some kind of daemon that listens for audio and distribute the sound to Windows? It will be for my internal network only.

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