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Old 03-11-2009, 08:41 PM   #1
Yaro
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MPD and Icecast2: File Not Found


I use Arch, and I followed the directions given on the Arch Wiki for setting up icecast streaming. And it seems they both start and daemonize successfully at startup, which is what I want.

My problem is I can't seem to get MPD to stream with Icecast. Whenever I try to go to port 8000 of my machine, I get the following error:

Could not parse XSLT file

And of course, there's trying to get MPD to connect to Icecast2. It's just plain not. Any time I try to connect to the icecast, I get a file not found or a 404 or equivalent.

I have configuration files and logs available, but this forum won't allow me to post them all at once (Too many characters.)

Any help?
 
  


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