We've been trying to build custom debian packets - since the official ones
come with many useful functions not builtin (mp3 encoding support etc.), and
the "daily debian packages" seem not to work (segfault for all those we've
However, we have been unable to find debian packets for libfaad-ocaml,
libfaad-ocaml-dev, and ocaml-lame... which are precisely what would be
useful to have something more complete than what can be found on the
officials debian repositories.
We would like to avoid compiling and installing from pure sources, since
this is way dirtier.
So, is there a way to get hold of these anywhere ?
Also, while I'm posting here, and since I heard you're trying to hear about
which webradios use Liquidsoap, well, we do. Our webradio's called Riff, our
website is at http://www.riff-radio.org and we are a french webradio mainly focused
on rock (especially hard rock), with daily live talk shows. We use
Liquidsoap for about every automation tasks (harbor for live streams,
playlists for 24/7 playlists and scheduling, sound processing, transcoding
and sending everything to shoutcast servers).