How To Install AzuraCast on a Linux Server

  • Post last modified:October 21, 2023
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In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to install AzuraCast on your Linux server.

Table of Contents:

Step 1: Setting up the Environment


Firstly, create a directory to store the AzuraCast files:

mkdir -p /var/azuracast
cd /var/azuracast

Step 2: Installing Docker

curl -fsSL -o

This will install the Docker.

Step 3: Installing AzuraCast

Now, we can proceed with installing AzuraCast:

curl -fsSL >
chmod a+x
yes 'Y' | ./ setup-release
yes '' | ./ install

yes 'Y' | ./ setup-release command will install the Stable channel . Stable is recommended for most users. yes '' | ./ install command will start the installation process.

Step 4: Accessing AzuraCast

Navigate to your server’s IP address in your web browser followed by port 80. you can access AzuraCast:



When you visit the above URL, you can see the login page. you can create your account by clicking on the “Register” button and filling out the information.

Once you’ve registered, you can log in to the AzuraCast dashboard using the credentials you just created. From here, you can configure your station, upload media files, and start streaming live.

creating account for AzuraCast
AzuraCast dashboard
test web radio with AzuraCast

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