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4th November 2004, 04:12
say I have a dedicated server, in a data center. can I contorl it from my home pc? Uploads, editing play lists etc.
4th November 2004, 20:53
Remote controlling is based on the server. Talk to the host and find a solution that way.
As for editing playlists and stuff, you can use KXRM's sc_nsv (http://radiotoolbox.com/sc_nsv/) and just add a #reload to the playlist and that way, you can just FTP up new videos and overwrite the playlist and it'll adjust after it gets to the #reload line. This is assuming the server is linux. If its not, then remote access is probably needed to adjust the windows programs.
9th November 2004, 09:01
Windows is controlled by mstsc.exe. It will pop a screen from a remote server on your desktop. It is available from Microcrud for OS's back to 95.
If you are using a linux box, use some SSH client, PUTTY works pretty good and sc_nsv, by KXRM is the best shouter for NSV.
24th November 2004, 04:44
well I have a Unix box is that the same? will it work?
24th November 2004, 16:45
you paid sco money to use actual unix?
a pox on you
28th November 2004, 04:43
should I install sc_nsv as a modual with webmin? I have puTTTy as well. Should aI also use kens GUI for compressing to nsv >?
28th November 2004, 13:23
NSV just runs from the command line.
28th November 2004, 20:29
does it matter where I install it?
30th November 2004, 05:23
I edited the playlist file
Once the files are in place how so I start streamming? do I use puTTy and type #Mode=Basic ??
30th November 2004, 06:10
you should read up on command line interfaces in unix it would answer alot of your questions.
30th November 2004, 12:08
Yeppers, it's back to the books for you my friend. "The Unix Programming Environment" by Kerrigan is the traditional bible for this stuff. It's $10 or so used. There probably are better books, but this one has stood the test of time.
The Unix "shell" is not like Windows. It does most of what windows command line does, but is way more powerful.
Get some books, expect some paper cuts.
30th November 2004, 20:42
what do you recommend for me to encode to nsv?? since nc_nsc doesn't encode. Should I just use Kens GUI to encode??
30th November 2004, 20:44
i just use nsvate, I haven't really messed with others.
1st December 2004, 08:45
whers the best place to download nsvate ?
1st December 2004, 13:36
It will only run on Windows. It's in the DNAS distribution for windows on the nullsoft site.
1st December 2004, 16:04
Originally posted by reflex_mapper
whers the best place to download nsvate ? You will find it in the nsv tools distribution you likely already have.
1st December 2004, 21:01
great I found it works good, I remember playing with this program before and there was a good tutorial on how to set up a good profile. I tried to make one and the sound goes off time with the video. You know that tutorial that should the best way to set up the profile?
3rd December 2004, 09:36
I guess sc_nsv doesn't work on Unix?
I got this error :
ELF binary type "0" not known
3rd December 2004, 09:53
that's not nearly enough detail, are you running this on FreeBSD? Just a quick google search tells me that likely you haven't got linux emulation enabled in your FreeBSD system.
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