MP3 Server in Perl ...hmmm interesting but you know what is more interesting ...
Here is the Bash version ;)
echo "BASH_MP3D - A Streaming MP3 Server in Bash "
echo "And You are as crazy as me if you are running this .... "
echo "Generating Playlist .....Plz wait"
PLAYLIST=`find $DIR -name *.mp3`
NUM=`echo $PLAYLIST | wc -w`
echo "Listening on 5700 ....."
#get seconds for random number
rand=`date | cut -d ':' -f 3 |cut -d ' ' -f1`
let "rand += 1"
while [ "$rand" -gt "$NUM" ]
let "rand -= $NUM"
SONG=`echo $PLAYLIST | cut -d ' ' -f$rand`
#Now we play the random song SONG
echo "Playing $SONG ... " >& 2
echo "HTTP/1.0 200 OK";
echo "Content-Type: audio/x-mp3stream";
echo "Cache-Control: no-cache ";
echo "Pragma: no-cache ";
echo "Connection: close ";
echo "x-audiocast-name: BASH MP3 Server";
dd if=$SONG bs=1024
}| nc -l -p 5700
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