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Old 3rd August 2022, 20:16   #6
cybercuate
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Originally Posted by thinktink View Post
Out of sheer morbid curiosity, what's the "\8000" in the URL for?
idk. Azuracast does everything and doesn't say anything other than "ports 8000-8999" are reserved for some radio services. Now from version 0.17 they don't use the /8000 anymore. I think they need to listen to their "customers" (is free) to avoid these kind of things
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