Joined: Jan. 2008
||Posted: Feb. 03 2008,23:30
It's strange i just noticed this thread. For several months now i have been developing a way to stream music from any computer running a web-server that supports PERL. It is being designed and tested with a retired radio station DJ who runs a low power FM station for a hobby. The controls are web page based so it can be controled by any computer that has access to the server. I use it for things such as listening to music from my laptop in the shower. The DJ is being set up so the transmitter runs off of a second computer, freeing up his main computers sound card and his mixer board so he can copy records that are not available on CD (and many may never be) to his hard drive. At this moment, I am trying to set up a computer using DSL for playback for him because of the stability of linux.
This is the problem I am having.
|Code Sample |
|print "location: $loc\n\n";|
to redirect to the url of the MP3 file. This works with some media players but not others. XMMS has no problem playing playing MP3 files, given a direct link to the file, but it is uncooperative with my redirect technique. It appears there are a number of media players available, and without me downloading and experimenting with each one when someone else may already know the answer, is there one that will work with this?
Please forgive, I don't mean to hi-jack the thread. the topiic seems right.
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