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vnsapi32.dll missing. have reloaded SQL Server and on startup still advises that file VNSAPI32.dll is missing.

March 13th, 2014

Question by Sankar joshua: vnsapi32.dll missing. have reloaded SQL Server and on startup still advises that file VNSAPI32.dll is missing.
vnsapi32.dll missing. have reloaded SQL Server and on startup still advises that file VNSAPI32.dll is missing.
I have searched cd but unable to find. What is this file used for and have looked on a lot of Database forums and *.dll sites but no luck in finding it to download help

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Answer by therapetandy
Windows 98, 3rd party networking error… Try these:

http://www.microsoft.com/technet/archive/win98/reskit/part3/wrkc17.mspx?mfr=true

http://search.microsoft.com/results.aspx?mkt=en-US&setlang=en-US&q=vnsapi32.dll+missing

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How to Stream using VLC Internet Streaming Server Windows) Online Fm Radio Channel

February 2nd, 2014

hello frd today we learn about how to broad cast any audio video file with vlc download latest vlc player i have already do same like me i am broadcasting mp…
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I would like to start an Internet radio, is there is any free server for that?

July 19th, 2013

Question by Joe: I would like to start an Internet radio, is there is any free server for that?
I am going to start an Internet radio, initially I would like to start it in a free server after gaining familiar knowledge I will buy one

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Answer by JustLooking
Server consist of software and hardware. I would look into VLC for broadcasting and familiarization. An old computer connected to the INTERNET should suffice for 1 channel. You can host it at your home for now. Look at no-ip.org for Dynamic DNS solutions

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Is it necessary to download a server / host to be able to do WordPress designing?

May 1st, 2013

Question by Kyle Eden: Is it necessary to download a server / host to be able to do WordPress designing?
I read that before you can download the WordPress platform on your computer, you need to have a server / web host downloaded first. Can I have a free blog and still do WordPress design? I’m not sure if I’m making any sense now… Someone help me, please?

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Answer by Spencer
It depends on what type of designing you want to do with wordpress. It IS true that if you just use a free wordpress website they put various restrictions on what you can do with the customizations of your site. If you go the hosting route, either from a web hosting site or on your own server, there are no restrictions pertaining to the design of your site. The free route can work just fine if you are happy with having a sub domain under wordpress.com and being forced to work within their different restrictions.
For some of the specifics of what those restrictions are look at the source link below.

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What is the best server software for Internet Radio and TV?

December 27th, 2011

Question by creedcia: What is the best server software for Internet Radio and TV?
I want a dependable software that will allow me to broadcast both internet radio and TV 24/7. I would like to be able to embed both media in a web page and allows people to connect to the Internet radio via iTunes, Winamp and Windows Media Player.

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Answer by topofga
You can do this with IIS in Server 2003, but I wonder about your outbound bandwidth limits.

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Build a online radio from my server to broadcast live music?

October 4th, 2011

Question by Rashed: Build a online radio from my server to broadcast live music?
Startup a online radio where the music will be played from a server and people can listen that same music at the same time everywhere.

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Answer by The Octane
We have a guide and a site which experts are on for this matter, try theradioforum.freeforums.org

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How do you stream internet radio to a server from your own radio automation program?

January 31st, 2011

Question by NateL: How do you stream internet radio to a server from your own radio automation program?
I would like to broadcast internet radio from my own computer, because when I was in college, I had my own radio show, and I would like to continue that on a free server. I currently have my own radio automation software and know how to use it, but my question is, how do I stream live directly from my program (DirEttore) to a free server, like ShoutCAST or something of the sort? I would even settle for stickam.

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Answer by MudiW
listen2myradio.com is a free and good one.

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Installing a Radio Referenced Ntp Server

February 17th, 2010

Many networks in organisations suffer from a lack of time synchronisation between servers, workstations and other network components. This can lead to problems processing time critical information and transactions. However, a solution has been available for many years in the form of NTP, the Network Time Protocol. NTP can be used to synchronise network time clients to an accurate time reference, or NTP server. A stratum 1 NTP server synchronises to a precise external timing reference such as GPS or radio time & frequency transmissions and provides a precise timing resource to a local area network.

There are a number of accurate external timing references available, the most well known being GPS. However, many countries also provide a radio time and frequency reference that can be used for time synchronisation. In the UK, the MSF radio time signal is broadcast from Anthorn, Cumbria, at a frequency of 60 KHz. The German DCF-77 radio time transmissions are broadcast from Frankfurt at 77.5 KHz. The US WWVB radio time reference is transmitted from Boulder, Colorado, at 60 KHz. There are also a number of other countries that provide similar time references. Most broadcasts operate on different frequencies and encode data differently and thus require different tuned antennas and decoding firmware.

Radio time broadcasts have a finite range and are generally restricted to the national boundaries where the broadcast emanates. GPS timing references can operate anywhere in the world. However, the advantage of radio is that generally, a good signal can be obtained indoors close the host NTP time server, whereas a GPS antenna requires a good view of the sky. This can significantly reduce installation costs and simplify NTP server implementation.

A radio based NTP server generally consists of a rack-mountable time server, and a separate radio antenna. The radio antenna is used to receive the radio time and frequency broadcast. The antenna should be located in an area where a good consistent signal can be received.

There are a number of factors that can affect radio time signal reception. If the radio antenna is sited underground or in a basement, signal reception may be significantly impaired. If the antenna is located inside a metal structure or enclosure, again this may also impact signal reception. Also, if the antenna is sited too close to ‘electrically noisy’ equipment, such as PC monitors, can affect reception. However, usually, provided the antenna is at least 1m from a PC monitor, reception will not be affected.

Most radio time and frequency receivers consist of a ferrite, or bar, antenna contained within a plastic enclosure. The ferrite antenna generally runs the length of the antenna enclosure. Ferrite antennas are unidirectional antennas that have an ideal orientation. The ferrite antenna should be mounted in a horizontal plane at right angles to the source of the time code transmission. For example, if the source of the transmission is north of the antenna location, the antenna ferrite should be mounted horizontally pointing East-West, at right angle to North. In this orientation, the ferrite has the largest area perpendicular to the transmission. If the antenna is rotated, as the angle to the source of transmission reduces, so the sensitivity of the antenna is reduced. Most radio time and frequency transmissions continually broadcast precise time and date information. Data is generally encoded into a series of 60 pulses, one pulse per second. Each pulse represents a data-bit that makes up the current time and date over a period of 1 minute. When a minutes worth, or 60 pulses, have been received, the NTP server can attempt signal decoding. In this manner a time stamp should be received by the time server once each minute. If the signal drops out, or is incorrectly received, then the resulting decode will fail. Good continuous signal reception is required to provide a reliable time reference.

To summarise, a NTP server can provide an organisation with a precise timing reference for synchronising computers and network infrastructure. Time synchronisation between workstation and servers is an important aspect of data and transaction processing in most operating systems. A radio based NTP server is an ideal solution that can be easily installed and implemented to provide a solution to computer network time synchronisation issues.

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