Gambling Man, Lapdog, Moralpanik, Moloken
Ambulance, Auktion, Black Sheep Parade, D.S-13
Dick Cheney, Disconvenience, Håll Det Äkta, Instängd
Insurgent Kid, Kommunen, Lesra, Terrortory
The Collisions, Supercharged Pitbulls, Hellre Vargen, Lycka Till
The T55's, Mary's Kids, Fru Dörr
Ska funka i Internet Explorer
The player above goes to a stream with bands from Verket.
Verkets webradio ovan istället för på deras hemsida?
The player below goes to a stream from my computer.
My name is Per Gunnarsson. (Saner porn guns). I live in Umeå (Sweden). My block is "Kvarteret Mjölken".
My phone number: +46 72 5320181 (but I rarely answer calls from unknown or secret numbers).
WhatsApp: +46 72 5320181 (More likely to reply to any kind of contact).
My email: mustafejen at gmail.com
My PGP key
Please send me encrypted email :-)
I'll spend it on beer
By the way, I now own a smartphone (20181105).
Trick to use liquidsoap over Tor:
output.external(id="Tor", %vorbis(quality=1.0 , samplerate=48000, channels=2), "/usr/bin/torsocks /usr/bin/oggfwd yourserver85296.onion 8000 hackme /mount.ogg", mksafe(buffer(source)))
Stream to liquidsoap input.harbor with parec, oggenc and curl: pipeline
Can't wait for icecast source clients with SSL/TLS? How to encrypt icecast source client stream?
Odds are your icecast server is also running sshd
Try ssh forwarding the source client stream maybe, something like "ssh -N -T -L 8000:localhost:8000 icecastserver.alsorunningsshd.com
Once you have that ssh connection up, you can connect your source client to localhost:8000 instead of the icecast server and it should
send your vorbis(?) stream through an encrypted connection to the right icecast port
ssh can also be used with software like torsocks and i2p in case you are paranoid
Possible solution to stream out of a proxied/firewalled WiFi:
Probably one can just change the input.harbor port to an icecast port, it should work anyway,
Will try it tomorrow
Tried it and it worked. now I know it's possible to use the app Orbot in case one wants to stream sound from for example Cool Mic to input.harbor on liquidsoap, and I guess that should work if one wants to stream to icecast too.
When I failed to start /etc/init.d/icecast2 on Debian, I set this icecast2.service up. I don't know if it's really needed, but it works for me.