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Azuracast + Apache Server ?

Hello,

I recently installed Azuracast on a Droplet and I would like to do a custom website in parallel and include the Azuracast player in it.

The thing is I’m scared to run the script for install an Apache server because I’m not sure where it will be installed and may corrupt the azuracast installation. Currently the azuracast is showing on the “main page” of the server. I don’t really know how to do. Ideally, I would have liked the main html/php page on the root of the adress and the radio to be in a folder or a subdomain.

I hope I was understandable, I’m sorry for my english.

Thank’s a lot


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Hi there @octavelascoux,

Did you use the AzureCast image from the DigitalOcean Marketplace?

https://marketplace.digitalocean.com/apps/azuracast

Or did you install AzureCast manually? If so would you mind confirming if you used Docker?

What I could suggest is running a netstat on your server to see which ports your AzureCast is listening on:

  1. netstat -plant

Feel free to share the output here.

What I would usually do in this case is, if AzureCast is running on port 80, would be to move AzureCast to another port like port 8080 and then install Apache and let it listen on port 80.

Then you will be able to add your PHP site as normal and then use your AzureCast on port 8080.

Hope that this helps! Regards, Bobby

Hi guys! I’ve a question about the same problem. I’ve installed Azuracast on my VPS using the docker procedure. I’ve read the procedure to change the Azuracast ports, thus I would be ready to install my web server and use it, but I have a question: Since Azuracast already installed nginx web server and mariadb (in separate containers), it’s possible to create my own website using the same installations? How could I implement that? Thank you.

Ivan

Anyone for helping a noob like me ? Just need to know how to move azuracast and change the ports… Thank’s a lot