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Free Linux Distro featuring OBS & Nginx-RTMP 1.2.4

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GillyMoMo submitted a new resource:

Linux Distro featuring OBS & Nginx-RTMP - Distro for Streaming

This is a little something I have been working on for the last 6 months or so. I'd like to welcome you to Broadcaster OS!

This distro I put together has some tools I thought might be helpful to your game streamer and streaming for other purposes as well. It still has some bugs I am working out but I thought this might be a good contribution to the community. This distro is Ubuntu base, I will make another that is rpm based in the future.

The following important tools and applications are...
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#2
GillyMoMo updated Linux Distro featuring OBS & Nginx-RTMP with a new update entry:

Minor Changes

Minor changes

  • Removed XFCE
  • Changed Icon theme (To clean up appearance)
  • Latest update to Ubuntu Base
I forgot to add instructions:

When you boot the live CD, you must login to the Guest Session and go into the menu to install. I am working on getting that fixed hopefully in a later update that will be fixed!

If you have any suggestions as to what I should add or take away from this please let me know here or via PM.
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#3
GillyMoMo updated Linux Distro featuring OBS & Nginx-RTMP with a new update entry:

Another Minor update

Broadcast-OS 1.2.3
  • Baselined nginx.conf file so it's easier to know where to place rtmp directive
  • Added emulators of various types
Note: I am still waiting on the OBS 0.12.4 commit so there should be a subsequent update afterwards when that happens. I am also looking to get a repo setup so this distro can keep rolling and I want to fork it from ubuntu. When I start getting reviews from this I will being work on the rpm based version of my distro.
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#6
I have replaced the default config with my own which runs fine once i tell it form the terminal but never starts when the system boots. Ot was the same with the default config.
 
#7
I have replaced the default config with my own which runs fine once i tell it form the terminal but never starts when the system boots. Ot was the same with the default config.
Are you using sudo service nginx restart, to restart once your conf file is configured?
 
#10
I am going to be working on a server only version of this so that you can run this in a VM. I am hoping to add a web frontend to make things better for the user and easy to use.
 
#13
I will be revamping this project from the ground up, there are some new plugins that have shown up in the last year or two and I would like to get those integrated for a smooth OOBE. Expect an update around the middle of October.
 
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