Sopcast provides very easy using application for Windows OS user but it's not me. For Linux user there are a program that can invoke by command line and you have to use your own media player to play it yourself (In fact, there are someone writing linux's front-end Sopcast but it's not work in the way I want)
My problem is that I can't remember the command to run it. Every weekend, I have to open README file of Sopcast for the program running instruction. So I decided to write a script to handle it automatically. And it's also my first shell script ever. Here it is.
#!/bin/shFrom now on, any other weekend, no README file. This makes me love not-Windows OS more and more.
echo Start Sopcast at $1
/usr/local/bin/sp-sc $1 3908 8908 > /dev/null &
echo Waiting for Sopcast starting