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gizmo_mathboy (782)

  reversethis-{moc ... } {yobhtamomzig}

aerospace engineer by education, all-around walking cesspool of knowledge by nature, and professional grade slacker by choice. Sysadmin at a major midwestern university.
Monday April 15, 2002
12:29 PM

First Rule of Apache::MP3 Club

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Always talk about Apache::MP3 Club.

Second rule of Apache::MP3 Club...

Yes, I've joined the ranks of folks using Apache::MP3. Very cool. However, I need to do some tweaking since I think I don't have enough upstream bandwidth to stream stuff properly. I need to look into using the feature that changes the bitrate of the mp3's. In any case, I really need to send Lincoln a thank you email.

Well, back to adding the requests for changes in the interface for the app I'm making my company.

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  • Rocks beyond belief. I've got all my MP3's on my Linux box at work (biggest hard drive you see) but said Linux box does not have a bloody sound card. So I just stream the songs on my windows laptop via Apache::MP3[1] and the world is a wonderful place.

    [1]Of course I could just install Samba on my Linux box and 'map-a-network-drive' from windows but it wouldn't have been as fun as the Apache/mod_perl/Apache::MP3 route would it :-)
    • That's next in my list of projects (Samba-fying that is) since my mp3's are on a win2k box and I'd prefer the stability of the linux box (once I get it off of mandrake 8.2 beta 2 and onto the released 8.2, which the disks are burned are ready to go)

      I really, really need to get the restreamer stuff working since my bandwidth is not sufficient for streaming (keep draining the buffer in winamp).

      Oh well, it's a useful and cool project that is worthwhile since it makes for a nicer workplace for me.