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Streamnik Server

The streamnik server is an IPTV server based on the open codecs Ogg/Vorbis and Ogg/Theora. It can stream a number of different channels and is optimized to run on leased (virtual) servers. The program schedule is defined by an SQL database table and can be changed at runtime.

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Recent releases

  •  15 Jun 2007 07:19

    Release Notes: This release provides a lot of new documentation for setting up the server. There is now a script available which will compile, install, and setup the streamnik server in one step. The configuration can now be done by a configuration file, which is placed at /etc/streamnik.conf. Additionally, there are some minor bugfixes, such as fixes for compiling under different Linux distributions.

    •  02 Mar 2007 09:16

      Release Notes: This is the first release of the streamnik IPTV server. It is able to handle a number of channels and will strictly follow a program schedule, which is defined by an SQL database table. On server startup, the video is set to the schedule position, so that a complete daily program with exact video start times can be created. The future program schedule can be changed online in the database.


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