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    Default Softcam for linux ?

    Anyone know a good softcam for linux ? Something like vplug + s2emu .

    Thanks !

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    Do you have a card-reader or you need the softcam only to connect to other servers?

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    I need something to open a softcam.key and descramble dvbs .
    I need this for some channels .

    I've done this in Windows useing vplug and s2emu .

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    You can use CCcam or Oscam or many other softcams. Just take care to choose the proper softcam according to your Linux (32 or 64Bit).

    I will edit your message to delete some sensitive infos.

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    Ok , i'll use cccam .

    This will create a ca0 ?
    How can i link this cccam to vlc ? So i can stream the scrambled channels .

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    Quote Originally Posted by darkm4n View Post
    Ok , i'll use cccam .

    This will create a ca0 ?
    How can i link this cccam to vlc ? So i can stream the scrambled channels .
    http://pinguntu.pt.vu/ - linux section
    There you can find all you need.

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    Thanks !

    link not working (

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    Quote Originally Posted by darkm4n View Post
    Thanks !

    link not working (
    That link 100% working.

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    Yes , sorry , it was a DNS problem .

    I'am having problems with cccam , maybe i should use gbox? As i saw it's compatible with a Skystar HD 2 PCI card .

    Output of cccam :

    [email protected]:/var/bin# ./CCcam.x86 -d -s
    14:48:16.021 CCcam: ================================================== ====================
    14:48:16.021 CCcam: starting CCcam 2.1.3 compiled on Nov 14 [email protected]:48:18
    14:48:16.021 CCcam: ================================================== ====================
    14:48:16.021 CCcam: online using nodeId aca3b9ece60a9707
    14:48:16.021 CCcam: Server disabled
    14:48:16.021 CCcam: create 1 cam device(s)
    14:48:16.033 CCcam: added 657 keys from /var/keys/SoftCam.Key
    14:48:16.033 CCcam: readKeyfile: cannot open /var/keys/AutoRoll.Key or not found
    14:48:16.033 CCcam: static cw not found or bad
    14:48:16.033 CCcam: parsed 0 entries from /var/etc/CCcam.prio
    14:48:16.033 CCcam: readProviderfile: cannot open /var/etc/CCcam.providers or not found
    14:48:16.033 CCcam: readChannelList: cannot open /var/etc/CCcam.channelinfo or not found


    I don't know where the cam device is created ... or if it is created ..

    in /dev/dvb/adapter0 ( it's dvb-t ) no ca0
    and in /dev/dvb/adapter1 ( skystar 2 HD ) no ca0 ...

    Thanks !
    Last edited by darkm4n; 18th August 2010 at 15:49.

 

 

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