View a sopcast stream

(sp-sc sop:// 3900 8900 &>/dev/null &); sleep 10; mplayer http://localhost:8900/tv.asf
Get sopcast links for live sports from (for example) Get sp-sc or sp-auth binary by googling (sopcast + linux) eg Requires the 32bit libstdc++5 package. After exiting mplayer, type 'killall sp-sc'

By: Escher
2009-09-19 17:46:13

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