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No... at least, I don't think so.  I am able to play the OGG stream remotely with VLC player, so I assume that other players can do the same.
Correct, all the files inside are given a relative path to the songs.  I tried changing the slashes to MS-DOS style ones, but that didn't work.  My friend just tested it using mplayer on GNU/Linux and said both streams worked.  What player are you using?  What OS?  I don't have any Windows machines nearby, but I can try one later.
Jona, both links work for me.  I'm using VLC to play them and haven't tried other players, so it's possible that the M3U file is not playable by all players.  Or perhaps it's a difference between the slashes used in Windows and GNU/Linux?  My friend and I both have listened to these stations using VLC on GNU/Linux, but maybe the M3U file needs to be written in a certain way to be portable.  Anyway, I'd try VLC if you haven't already.  If it still doesn't work, I can look into a different M3U file.  Thanks for looking into this!
I'm using XiiaLive Lite and am unable to access an OGG stream, yet am able to access an MP3 stream.  I figure since both of these streams are hosted by my personal Icecast server, this could be useful for debugging purposes:


Is there an ETA on this fix?  I see Jona mentioned a new version, is there an ETA on that?  Thanks for all your hard work!  I anxiously await streaming OGG on my phone.