Erlang-based Flash media server supporting video streaming, video conferencing, RPC call from client and from server, Remote Shared objects.
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README

OneTeam Media Server (OMS) - Flash server written in Erlang/OTP

Quickstart guide


0. Requirements

To compile OMS you need:
 - Unix-like operating system
 - GNU Make
 - GCC
 - Erlang/OTP R11B-0 or higher.


1. Compile and install

To compile OMS, execute the commands:
  ./configure
  make

To install OMS, run this command with system administrator rights
(root user):

  sudo make install

These commands will:
 - Install the configuration files in /usr/local/etc/oms/
 - Install OMS binary, header and runtime files in /usr/local/lib/oms/
 - Install the administration script: /usr/local/bin/omsctl
 - Create a spool directory: /usr/local/var/lib/oms/
 - Create a directory for log files: /usr/local/var/log/oms/


2. Start OMS

You can use the omsctl command line administration script to
start and stop OMS. For example:
  omsctl start


For detailed information please refer to the OMS documentation.