Originally Posted by M105
.....The best thing to do is download RadioFeed and play with it. It isn't rocket science.
Well, you could have fooled me!
I'm in the same boat as the OP, I am just interested in streaming to my LAN.
I have an Icecast2 server running and, my source is the SDR running on the same computer as the streaming server. I need a client to tie my source audio to my streaming server.
Radiofeed appears to be a Windows based program; I am using a Linux based machine.
I have fetched and installed Darkice and have spent hours upon hours trying to configure Darkice to run but, I am not having any luck in spite of all the (dated) info that I am finding on setting up streaming. I am not here looking for help on setting up Darkice but, I am looking for alternatives to that add-on.
I am running Ubuntu 14.04, on a MacBook Pro. My source audio is from a OP25 Receiver with ALSA audio output and, Icecast2 is providing the network access (with Icecast running, I can access the server from other PC's on the network).
The "Next Big Thing" seems to be the Raspberry Pi device when it comes to streaming; I am not trying to add another component (or PC) just to transfer audio from one program to another.
I was "Rocket Scientist" enough to make my MBP dual-boot with Ubuntu, 'compile' a APCO P25 receiver and install and provision Icecast2 to perform BUT, it's like having a box of Lego Blocks that will not fit together when it comes down to making the setup work as I desire.
Either, my expectations are too great or, (more than likely) I am missing something.
I think I need a "Real" Rocket Scientist.....