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Old 23rd September 2011, 11:38   #5
dres_
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; NOTE: for any relative paths specified are relative to
; sc_serv and not to where the conf file is being stored

; here we will setup where the log and other related files
; will be stored. make sure that these folders exist else
; sc_serv will throw an error and will close itself down.
; we will make the logs save to the sc_serv2 directory
logfile=logs\sc_serv.log
w3clog=logs\sc_w3c.log
banfile=control\sc_serv.ban
ripfile=control\sc_serv.rip


; for testing we will make the server only work locally
; (i.e. localhost / 127.0.0.1) though if this is left out
; or set to publicserver=always then we attempt to make a
; connection to the YP for listing - do not forget to add
; in a 'streamauthhash' value for any public streams made
;publicserver=always


; if you're wanting to use a different port to use for any
; connections then you can use this option e.g. to use 80
; otherwise port 8000 is used as the default to listen on.
;portbase=8000


; password used by sc_trans or the Winamp dsp plug-in
; NOTE: remember to change this to something else
password=XXXXXXXXX


; password used for accessing the administation pages
; NOTE: remember to change this to something else
adminpassword=changeme


; now we will specify the details of the stream we're going
; to serve which can be done as follows
streamid=1
streampath=/test.aac <~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~(do i leave this as "/test.aac"? If now what goes there?)

; or

; it can be done like this which is how it needs to be done
; if you are going to provide multiple streams from sc_serv
;streamid_1=1
;streampath_1=/test.aac <~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
;streamid_2=2
;streampath_2=/test2.aac <~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
streamauthhash_1=<removed>



HELP PLZ.
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