Subject: Re: [linux-audio-user] Network Audio System?
Date: Fri Jun 28 2002 - 18:10:17 EEST
Nas is one way only (client-server), but you control from the client and
the srever plays. The sound file can be on the server or client.
Icecast would be best for mp3 streaming, you could also have a web
interface that pushes (and starts mpg123) remotely on any box you want.
Did someone say NFS does not have geek factor, how about using Coda, now
that is geek factor. ;-)
On Thu, 27 Jun 2002, Marco Scoffier wrote:
> Icecast audio streaming and a playlist that starts the streams when a file
> is asked for. There's some geek factor to that isn't there?
> I am interested in the NAS / icecast differences.
> Can you do two way communication with NAS?
> On 2002.06.27 02:32 Ross Vandegrift wrote:
> > > Why not just use nfs or samba to mount the music shares and play them
> > > with mpg123 or such - that works very well for me, bandwidth is no
> > issue
> > > with 'cd-quality' mp3's
> > Less geek factor ::-)
> > Ross Vandegrift
> > ross_AT_willow.seitz.com
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