So, I have a bunch of these Raspberry Pi computers and wanted to see what else
I can use them for in my Amateur Radio Hobby.
TNCPi Packet node
Echolink Proxy Server
Actually a Beaglebone Black
So next was a Streaming Audio Server to send the audio of my Amateur Radio Repeater
I already have a Scanner stream online at Broadcastify using a Windows XP Computer
so I was familiar with how this works, But it was time to try it with the Pi.
Fortunately for me there were others who have done this already, so I followed their instructions
and I will include the links I found which helped me get this project going.
They documented it so well I do not have to repeat it here.
Using a Raspberry Pi Micro-Computer for a Broadcastify Feed
Steffen Müller site to recompile darkice
(Also Thanks to Jim for his darkice-icecast.img file. I was pulling my hair out with this
until i realized I was using the incorrect mountpoint and password to Broadcastify)
is Raspian Wheezy
and my USB Sound fob is a
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I posted the below message on wrong allstar reflector, but may be helpful for anyone wanting to stream audio with Allstar.
To install EZStream for streaming audio, see below commands.
pacman -S lame
pacman -S pkg-config
pacman -S libshout
tar xvzf ezstream-0.5.6.tar.gz
If all is good, run:
To add streaming audio in Allstar, add this to rpt.conf under the node stanza, with an appropriately configured ezstream.xml
;Stream to Broadcastify
outstreamcmd=/bin/sh,-c,/usr/bin/lame --preset cbr 16 -r -m m -s 8.0 --bitwidth 16 - - | /usr/local/bin/ezstream -c /etc/ezstream.xml
(Note: I have not tried this yet, but plan to asap. Bob W2YMM)