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NAME

       roarmonhttp - CGI and inetd based streaming server emulation for RoarAudio

SYNOPSIS

       roarmonhttp [--inetd]

DESCRIPTION

       This  program  emulates  a  streaming  server  using  RoarAudio.  It can be run from via a
       webserver as CGI or via inetd in inetd  mode.   IN  CGI  mode  it  is  limited  to  client
       (listener)  HTTP connections.  In inetd mode it can handle source clients and gopher, too.
       There is no need for a specal port for gopher. The protocol  is  detected  per  client  at
       runtime.

OPTIONS

       --inetd
              Enables inetd mode.

       --server SERVER
              Set Server to connect to. This may be usfull in inetd mode.

       --rate, --bits, --channels, --codec
              Sets the default rate, bits, channels or codec.  Those option taking a argument for
              the given option. Codec names may be used.

       --rel-id SID
              Set the stream ID for the stream this stream is relative to.

       --help Show a brief help.

EXAMPLES

       Here is an example of a roarmonhttp listening on port 8000 using inetd:
        8000 stream tcp nowait roard /usr/bin/roarmonhttp roarmonhttp --inetd

SEE ALSO

       inetd(8), inetd.conf(5), roartips(7), libroar(7), RoarAudio(7).

HISTORY

       For history information see RoarAudio(7).