Hi everyone, im a bit of an amateur and dummies when it comes to this, but I have had Libretime installed on a Digital Ocean server, i can upload music etc and even stream to it, but its not on air, every now and then the on air lights up, but goes back off. if you look at the screenshot you can see that on the output side it just says getting information from server. Can anyone help. Thanks
Same issue here. Strange thing is that Logs seem all ok, just logging the regular stuff. Libretime does connect/create the stream to icecast/shoutcast. Then I drag a track to current show, the red indicator gets lit but goes off after a few seconds.
Logs are clean, show normal behavior. Stats are also ok, libretime seems to connect.
Apache2 log does not show nothing either.
Clean Ubuntu 18/20 sudo bash install -fiap
I installed a previous version without recent commits, from 15 Oct. All is working.
Have you the Link for that version please.
I’m new to all of this stuff, so all help is welcome. Where and how do I find the earlier versions. Thanks
I also had this issue so came here and found this post.
I tried a few different commits all with the same issue.
In the end just went all the way back to the one that biulas reccomended above which is this one:
This version is working great.
I installed on a clean Linode VM like this:
git clone https://github.com/LibreTime/libretime.git cd libretime git checkout 9f1e41e6fa8656d2aa2dc74d2ed07026bef38593 sudo bash install -fiap
Hope this helps
Hi Kevw, thanks for that, i followed your instructions and it works, my playlist is streaming, i have just got to set up a live stream. Trying to work out the master now. Do you know how to make the stream HTTPS, i will be honest, this week has been the first time that i have attempted to use Linux/Ubuntu, i am a windows person, but i thought that i am not to old to learn. Anyway many thanks.
On our setup I use a Reverse Proxy in Apache and use certbot to get the SSL certificates.
There’s quite a few steps to get that working but hopefully it might send you in the right direction for some Googling!
Thanks for this tip.
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