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Unhappy to all my peers, local card reader broken... ;( - 13-May-2007, 20:55

to all my peers,

it looks like my phoenix reader died...

will try to repair this asap.

sorry,
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14-May-2007, 00:08

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14-May-2007, 00:39

thanks.

got it working again on the NDS cardreader. have 2 phoenix readers on my linux box. moved the NDS card to the dm500 (CCcam)...

will do some more testing during day time to see if that little card reader is really broken.

damm, bought that little phoenix card reader in germany... not really around the corner.


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14-May-2007, 09:37

I have problems on an x86 pc running phoenix at 600mhz (for nds). Works fine on the dreambox using a serial cable. Not sure what the deal is. I can use a usb<>serial adapter using newcs at 600mhz but not a straight serial cable on the onboard serial connector. Maybe you're experiencing the same thing? Did you upgrade a kernel or something on your x86 box?


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14-May-2007, 14:58

yes i did upgrade the kernel as i always do to keep my (debian) boxes secure. i run the phoenix readers only on 3.57 and not on 6 since 6 never worked for me.

personal i think it's an problem with the port from powerpc to x86. i also have no problems running nds card direct on the internal readers of the dreamboxes. never got any freezes, i simply don't want to have any traffic directly from internet into my LAN. running the same setup (nds card) on a x86 box (yes i did tried different x86 processors) always gives problems. even the combination of NewCS / CCcam on a x86 crashes by times. NewCS simpy doesn't see the card after some time (days).

the phoenix readers i have are all serial. one has it own external power adapter and the other (broken) one uses USB voor it's power.


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14-May-2007, 20:16

sounds like mine. I am using an ftdi usb to serial cable with newcs, gbox won't use this as it's usb. The dreambox doesn't have any trouble with the phoenix reader, it's now been on about a week without a reboot.

However the x86 is hopeless with nds at 600mhz on the internal serial ports, and nds won't play at 357 for more than a few mins before I get NETecm buffer full, exiting.

So, i recommend nds with an ftdi serial usb cable.


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15-May-2007, 21:56

yeah, i think i will keep the nds on the dreambox... may be the next version of CCcam...


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