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limited Flines?

Discussion in 'Digital TV - UK & Europe' started by jondalor, Mar 3, 2012.

  1. jondalor

    jondalor Regular member

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    hi guys, can anyone tell me if the number of flines a dm500 can/will read is limited?
    i've reached a particular number now and i can't seem to get anymore to work!
     
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    would expect that any such limitation would be based on the cam s/w you use rather than h/w or image. try oscam and see if there is such a limitation
     
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    jondalor Regular member

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    i am as yet unable to code oscam, however i'm now using vu+duo as server and i've added another fline with out problems
     
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    oscam could not be simpler and is so far more flexible than cccam. so here is a quick guide.

    in /var/tuxbox/config put files oscam.conf oscam.server and oscam.user as basic files

    so lets start with oscam conf. this is easy and is displayed below
    oscam.conf

    [global]
    nice = -1
    WaitForCards = 1
    preferlocalcards = 1
    saveinithistory = 1

    # logging

    logfile = /var/log/oscam.log
    usrfile = /var/log/oscamuser.log
    cwlogdir = /opt/oscam/cw

    # monitor

    [monitor]
    port = 988
    nocrypt = 127.0.0.1
    aulow = 120
    monlevel = 4
    appendchaninfo = 1

    [dvbapi]
    enabled = 1
    user = root
    au = 1

    # protocols

    [cccam]
    port = this is the port that you allow clients in on your router and should not be 12000 as this port is way too blatant


    oscam.user

    [account]
    user = user1
    pwd = pass1
    group = 1,2 (remove this comment but group identifies clines that this user is allowed to use)
    uniq = 1
    au = skyuk (remove this comment, this is a client who updates entitlements on card)
    caid = 0963
    ident = 0963:000000

    [account]
    user = user2
    pwd = pass2
    group = 1,2
    uniq = 1
    caid = 0963
    ident = 0963:000000

    etc.etc. on users

    oscam.server
    [reader]
    label = skyuk
    protocol = internal
    device = /dev/sci0
    caid = 0963
    detect = cd
    mhz = 369
    cardmhz = 369
    ident = 0963:000000
    group = 1
    blockemm-unknown = 1
    blockemm-g = 1
    lb_weight = 150

    (this is my sky card)

    [reader]
    label = mybuddy
    protocol = cccam
    device = mybuddy.dyndns.org,12000
    user = myclineusername
    password = myclinepassword
    group = 2 (note that group 1 is my card and group 2 is my cline buddy, so when i specify different users in oscam.user i can also specify which cards they are allowed to access)
    blockemm-unknown = 1
    blockemm-g = 1
    blocknano = all
    cccversion = 2.1.3
    cccmaxhops = 5

    on your vu duo you download the oscam.ipk from the cam files http://www.4shared.com/dir/wnyHV50A/VIX_CAMS.html and install via /tmp folder. now this version of oscam is rubbish so then you download binary 5033 from here http://download.oscam.to/index.php?...4&direction=0&order=mod&directory=mips-tuxbox
    and you put the file in /usr/softcams/ (ensure you chmod to 755) then you activate using blue button on vu control and selecting softcam manager option. And then you can use vix oscaminfo to monitor
     
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    jondalor Regular member

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    thanks for youre detailed response fint, i did reply to this message last week to thank you but it seems it did not load, anyway i've only now got to have a look at it, ahnd will let you know how i get on in the coming days.
     

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