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RealVideo/Audio on RH7.2 / kernel 2.4

On Wed, Mar 20, 2002 at 10:17:53PM -0500, Robert La Ferla wrote:

> What free and/or opensource options are available for serving real video
> / real audio content on Linux 2.4?  Even if it's basic, it's okay.  The
> Basic Server from RealNetworks works on the 2.2 kernel and expires after
> 12 months so that doesn't work.

Why real?  I'd recommend icecast for streaming audio.  The stable release
streams mpeg, the CVS version will do ogg.

Apple's entry, the Darwin streaming server, is also worth mentioning.  It's
released under the APSL (which has been modified since the FSF's initial

I don't bother with streaming video over IP, as I already have a wireless
video setup.

Ron Peterson                   -o)
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