One way of setting pulseaudio on Debian to stream to openmic through lame and ezstream
You need lame, pulseaudio and ezstream installed
My ezstream config file
With this config, one can use parec to pipe raw PCM to lame, which creates an mp3 stream which is piped to ezstream, which in turn sends it to openmic.
By setting parec to listen to the monitor device of the desired sound card, this makes you able to stream sound from for example Spotify to openmic
Setting parec to listen to the monitor device can be done through the program pavucontrol. Try recording a sample file with parec, like this:
and start pavucontrol. When you have started pavucontrol, look under the recording tab. You will find parec there, and you can set it to record from the monitor device
Now you can stop parec and try this:
parec | lame -r -s 44.1 -b 192 - - | ezstream -c openmic.xml
By now you can send sound from your media player of choice to openmic
In case you are running OpenBSD, maybe this works:
aucat -f snd/0.mon -o - | lame -r -s 44.1 -b 192 - - | ezstream -c openmic.xml
This last one was suggested by G0kita 2011 on the misc mailing list.
Hope it is still valid :-)
Oh, maybe this link can also be useful:Monitor