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DarkIce live audio streamer, http://code.google.com/p/darkice/
Copyright (c) 2000-2007, Tyrell Hungary, http://tyrell.hu/
Copyright (c) 2008, Ákos Maróy, akos@maroy.hu
Copyright (c) 2009, Rafael Diniz, rafael@riseup.net


Contents
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1. What is DarkIce?
2. Compiling and installing
3. Reporting crashes


1. What is DarkIce?
-------------------

DarkIce is an IceCast, IceCast2 and ShoutCast live audio streamer. It
takes audio input from a sound card, encodes it into mp3 and/or Ogg Vorbis,
and sends the mp3 stream to one or more IceCast and/or ShoutCast servers,
the Ogg Vorbis stream to one or more IceCast2 servers.

DarkIce website: http://code.google.com/p/darkice/


2. Compiling and installing
---------------------------

On how to compile and install, please read the file INSTALL. If you're
impatient, try:

./configure
make

The executable built is src/darkice.
To install, try as root:

make install


For documentation, try:

man darkice


3. Reporting crashes
--------------------

When DarkIce core dumps, please send the backtrace along with your error
report to the darkice mailing list: http://www.freelists.org/list/darkice
Alternatively you could file a bug report at http://code.google.com/p/darkice/issues/list
To get the backtrace information, you need gdb, the GNU debugger:

1. configure and compile using the --with-debug option:

./configure --with-debug=yes
make clean all

2. run darkice from within gdb:

gdb src/darkice

3. set parameters within gdb:

(gdb) set args -c darkice.cfg

4. run:

(gdb) run

5. after coredump, print the backtrace:

(gdb) bt