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I always love it when I can make things easier for others. One of the things that I noticed while setting up a couple CentOS systems recently is how bad Centova is when it comes to SSL. There are so many problems with it, I really wasnt sure it would be possible to install a working SSL-enabled version of Centova. But lo and behold, it is possible, all the way up to CentOS 6.7!
I tested this on two different systems. For one, I installed CentOS 6.7 using the standard YUM installation method. However, I used the advanced options to have the system use a smaller partition and to have a separate /home and /boot partitions. I selected the standard options with no separate partitions. Centovas default partitioning scheme uses 3 partitions: 50GB /boot and 60GB for / and the remainder for /home. I wasnt sure what the ideal size for Centovas /boot should be, so I just went with the defaults.
The second system I used was CentOS 6.6, which I downloaded from the irc.centos.org web site. Because this is a less recent version of CentOS, it only has OpenSSL 1.0.0g, which is less secure than the newer OpenSSL 1.0.1g version used in Centova Cast 2.3.1. I installed the 1.0.0g version of OpenSSL.
Anyway, I did have to do some tinkering to get things working. As it turns out, Centovas default installation of OpenSSL didnt quite support the headers I wanted to use. The ones I used are available in the centos-release-6-1.el6.centos.14.x86_64.rpm rpm file. I copied these into my /etc/yum.repos.d/ directory and then I was able to do a YUM update and install the version of OpenSSL that I wanted. Note that I didnt have to install anything on either system. Simply unzipping the download and running the install script did it for me.
30 CentovaCast Create a new streamer profile on this profile Is the radio profile that you wish to use and click Create Streamer Profile to proceed to the streamer profile editor. It is the same options are listed above for the Radio Profile Select the radio profile that you wish to use. Is the radio profile that you wish to use and click Create Streamer Profile to proceed to the streamer profile editor. It is the same options are listed above for the Radio Profile Editor. The Cloud player is an S3 bucket that is configured for permanent delivery of your radio player. A setting of true is required for the player to work. The Lite player is a Web server that is configured for temporary delivery of your radio player. All that is required is that the player be set to true. Click the Save button to save your changes and proceed to the responsive radio player builder. You must set the settings below to apply your radio player settings. Save your radio player settings: URL Specifies the URL for your radio player. Remote IP Specifies the remote client IP address. Remote Port Specifies the remote client port. Remote IP Specifies the remote client IP address. Remote Port Specifies the remote client port. Remote IP Specifies the remote client IP address. Remote Port Specifies the remote client port. Allow non-universal SSL Specifies that the player connection must use SSL only. If set to true, the connection must be universal SSL, and only universal SSL will work. If you choose to set this to false, then any SSL stream will work. Time Between server polls Specifies the time between polls for the player. It is 0 by default which keeps the player responsive (elastic). Up to 48 seconds keeps the player responsive.