janina at rednote.net
Sat Oct 30 10:51:24 EDT 2004
Apropos Internet Broadcasting --
I just came across the following on the Linux Audio list and thought it
might be a resource others on this list might want to check out.
Clearly, it's not written with the blind user in mind, but should
nevertheless prove helpful:
From: adam <adam at xs4all.nl>
r a d i o q u a l i a have just finished the first version of a
streaming manual for those wishing to learn how to stream under Linux.
Its intended as a manual to accompany a hands-on self-learning or
workshop based approach. No previous knowledge of Linux is assumed.
Another manual on 'advanced topics' will be forthcoming.
Introduction to Streaming
Introduction to Your Soundcard
External Audio Devices
Cables and Connectors
Hardware Set-up for Live Streaming
The Art of Mixing
Introduction to Linux Windowing Systems
Introduction to Linux File Structure
Some Linux Commands you Should Know
Connecting to the Internet with Linux
Installing Software on Linux
Introduction to Linux Sound Architecture
Linux Software - Mixers
Linux Software - XMMS
Linux Software - Test Editors
Linux Software - FTP
Live Streaming with MuSE
Creating Playlist Files
Linking with HTML
The Politics of Streaming (rant)
Streaming with playlists from MuSE
Setting up Icecast2
The manual is released under Creatice Commonds Attributive ShareAlike
NonCommercial License 2.0. Feel free to nuse, ammend, distribute.
It is available as a PDF from:
If you spot any errors or ways to improve the manual please let me know!
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