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This is a discussion on Can I run a ShoutCast Server? in the Web Hosting, Managed Hosting, Business Hosting forum
Have anyone tried running a ShoutCast Server here? Is it allowed?? ...

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    Can I run a ShoutCast Server?

    Have anyone tried running a ShoutCast Server here?
    Is it allowed??

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    I have one installed on my account but I only run it when I need it.... It works with the servers, but if you plan to run it as a background process 24/7, maybe you should ask first to the staff.
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    Thanks JulianD
    how frequent do u run it? what do u run it for?
    i plan to run it 24/7. however, i dont have many listeners
    let me ask aletia staff about this

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    Well I only use it when I need to broadcast something to my members, like a chat with some friends, interviews, etc....

    If you are allowed to run the shoutcast server, I recommend you to change the default port to something else..
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    Reply from Lijoe:
    As long as it doesnot use up toomuch of system resources, your welcome to use it.

    Thanks for your suggestion but I have no ideas about "ports". Can I change the default port to whatever "number" I like? Or is there any limitation/pre-defined ports??

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    Hey ruofei
    There are some ports that are used for things like
    HTTP is port 80 by defualt and then theres the FTP port and the SSH port and telnet port and all them ports

    You should be ok if you use any number after 300 i thinkyou could use
    801 or something like that..

    just make sure its a big number and you wont have any problems!

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    Thanks Zacrifice
    from what I observed, port numbers are usually in 2 digits (eg., 80) or 4 digits (eg., 2095).

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    There are three digits ports too! Eg.: 110 POP3
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    icic, thanks JulianD.
    can I ask u if i encounter any problem for installation of ShoutCast?

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    Ummm.. No, I don't remember any problem with the installation... Why? Your're running into problems?
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    No, I havent installed it yet
    i mean, just in case that I encounter any problems........

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    Just feel free to post here! We'll be glad to help you.
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    PLS HELP!!
    What command exactly should I use in order to stop running the shoutcast server?
    I tried a kill -HUP to stop (according to ReadMe file) but it failed
    What exactly should i type in?

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    Where can I get the server to run?? At www.shoutcast.com?? www.nullshort.com?? where?

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    eXodus, u can get it at www.shoutcast.com

    i just fixed the problem
    but got another question: what does "running the SC server in the background" mean? what's the difference between "run the server" and "run the server in the background"?

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