7th February 2006, 01:40
I love shoutcast. Just need to have it to boot up automatically. I have read the forums and see this is possible but am not sure how. I am using SuSE 9.2. I have read in the archives that you can use the init.d file to accomplish an automatic startup. I am using the sc_serv files plus the plugin for linux which is the sc_trans files. I'll need to start both the plugin and shoutcast. These files will need to start: shoutcast linux glib C6 files: sc_serv, sc_serv.conf. I am also using the plugin files from sc_trans_040: sc_trans_linux, and sc_trans.conf, and example.lst where I have my playlist set up. I have all these files installed in the /usr/local/shoutcast folder along with the mp3 files. What would my startup file need to say to start all this in init.d? After I write the startup file, I know that I need to copy this file into /etc/init.d and name it shoutcast. Then do the command /etc/init.d/shoutcast start to get it going. Just don't know what to put in the startup file. Can you help?? Please??