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How to use:
docker build -t rivendell .(this step takes about 20 minutes)
docker run -d -p 5900 -p 8000 -p 22 rivendell
After using the exact commands above,
docker ps will show you what ports on the docker host have been mapped to the container. Of course, you can use
-p hostport:containerport like
-p 666:22 to specify what ports to use.
SSH - exposed on port 22: Username & password is rduser.
VNC - exposed on port 5900: Password is rduser
Icecast - exposed on port 8000: Admin panel is username admin password rduser. (No authorization needed to simply view streams.)
Creates and installs a Rivendell server, with the barebones software components to play audio and see how a full Rivendell stack would behave.
SSH: a ssh server runs to allow easy remote access to inspect the docker container’s internals
Icecast: a stream (named simply “stream”) is made available. It’s silent until RDAirplay pushes audio to it.
VNC: a VNC session providing minimal desktop functionality is started
JACKD: runs invisibly behind the scenes
Rivendell: a RDAirplay window is brought up by default
To “hear” the system working, all a user needs to do is press Add in RDAirplay, select an audio file, and press Start.