Linux.com: Setting Up Your Own Station: A Free Radio Under Linux Howto. v0.1
Dec 16, 2000, 13:39 (1 Talkback[s])
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"So, you want to run your own radio station? This guide will
assist you in becoming your own DJ."
"Here are some basic requirements for running a station on your
computer, most of which you probably already know:
- 150+ Mhz Processor.
- 32 MB RAM.
- Cable, DSL, or some kind of broadband Internet access.
- Some free space, for mp3's you wish to broadcast, etc...
- Any fairly modern Linux distribution, with a v2.2 or newer
- XMMS 1.2.x or later. http://www.xmms.org/
- LAME v3.x or later. http://www.sulaco.org/mp3
- Icecast 1.3.x or later. http://www.icecast.org/
"Installation should be pretty straight forward. Right now you
should have all the packages you need to get things rolling. If
you're compiling from source, you should compile and install
software as directed by the documentation. Also, install
dependencies as needed."