>> > I'm a Windows person, but am using Linux more and more. I currently
>> > have a Knoppix CD with a Cable connection, and am hoping to be able
>> > to speak into my mic. into the soundcard, encode it (mp3) and
>> > broadcast it to the World LIVE.
>> > How on Earth do you do that?
>> > I see services like Shoutcast, but then hear things about Icecast and
>> > darkice.
>> > Your help is much appreciated.
>> > Thanks.
>> Could this be what you're looking for?
> This is awesome. Thank you for your help. I wasn't expecting "Real" to
> be anywhere in the picture.
> I must admit, and I hate to say it in this forum, I'm now wondering if
> the same can simply be done in Windows.
Wash your mouth out;~)
> I didn't find it, but I'd
> appreciate a link should you have one :) I actually have RealProducer,
> as well as other "audio" tools.
> Again, your assistance is ... well ... nothing short of WOW. Thanks.
You might find it's a bit more expensive using windows. The following link
to google brings up loads of stuff. I looked at the first few and they all
seemed to involve money!:
Because your computer was not properly shut down, one or more
of your drives may contain errors.
To avoid seeing this message again, shut down your computer by
selecting 'Shut Down' from the 'Start' menu and install linux.