Thansk Samuel,

my scripts contains only the same code Chris posted. What I need in order to keep the daemon alive for ondemand requests?

My final goal is to get streams create / play / destroy when the users clicks on links on a webpage. It's that posible?

Un saludo

2012/8/28 Samuel Mimram <>

As indicated in the error message, it seems that your script does not contain any output (such as output.icecast, etc.) which means that it won't do anything, and so Liquidsoap rejects it. Maybe should you show us your script if you want some more help!



On Mon, Aug 27, 2012 at 10:57 PM, Alberto Sanchez <> wrote:
Hi all,

I'm newbie at LS, sorry if my question is silly... I put the code in a script in
/etc/liquidsoap and started the LS with /etc/init.d/liquidsoap start, but I only
get this:

Starting liquidsoap channels: ondemand.liq No output defined, nothing to do.

The daemon is closed and I cannot interact with it thru the telnet command. How
should I start it?

Thanks in advanced,

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