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Please can someone have a look at this and advise? - 04-February-2011, 01:00

Hi all

I'm new to the forum , done lots of reading, including the tutorials and the guides. Apologies if this is in the wrong section

Got myself a dm500s and have managed to:

* flash PLI Jade's image on to it.
* successful scan using the appropriate transponder
* create a boquet


I can sucessfully:

* FTP to the box
* Telnet to the box


I'm at the stage of trying to sort out the CCcam stuff and I have uninstalled and reinstalled CCcam-2.2.1

I get the following when I run the debug:

[email protected] ~ # cd /var/bin
[email protected] /var/bin # ls
CCcam firewall.sh
[email protected] /var/bin # CCcam -d
22:44:25.075 CCcam: ================================================== ==========
==========
22:44:25.076 CCcam: starting CCcam 2.2.1 compiled on Nov 21 [email protected]:20:06
22:44:25.077 CCcam: ================================================== ==========
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22:44:25.078 CCcam: online using nodeId 1332c47af93a6b18
22:44:25.082 CCcam: read config: cannot open /var/etc/CCcam.cfg or not found
22:44:25.083 CCcam: dvb api1 detected
22:44:25.084 CCcam: DM56xx/500/600 detected
22:44:25.085 CCcam: create 2 cam device(s)
22:44:25.285 CCcam: added 0 keys from /var/keys/SoftCam.Key
22:44:25.285 CCcam: readKeyfile: cannot open /var/keys/AutoRoll.Key or not found
22:44:25.286 CCcam: static cw not found or bad
22:44:25.287 CCcam: parsed 0 entries from /var/etc/CCcam.prio
22:44:25.339 CCcam: added 510 provider names from /var/etc/CCcam.providers
22:44:25.340 CCcam: added 4 channel names from /var/etc/CCcam.channelinfo
22:44:25.341 CCcam: server started on port 12000
22:44:25.343 CCcam: no working cam devices, no need to start pmthandler
[email protected] /var/bin #


Could someone please tell me what's wrong here? I noticed a number of errors and would like advice as to how I can fix it?

I checked the CCcam file under the var/bin directory (noted that it doesn't have the .cfg extension - or at least it doesn't seem to show the extension under FileZilla) and it has 755 permissions - are these correct?

any feedback/advice would be most appreciated and welcomed.

thanks in advance..

(04-February-2011 00:46)
**Update**

I checked and found that the CCcam.cfg file was missing under the var/etc directory, so using the blue button on the remote, I manually installed the CCcam Config again, this then put the file back in the directory?

I edited the file and put the server listen port number in, and then re-ran the CCcam -d

this now gives this:


CCcam firewall.sh
[email protected] /var/bin # CCcam -d
23:46:09.775 CCcam: ================================================== ==========
==========
23:46:09.777 CCcam: starting CCcam 2.2.1 compiled on Nov 21 [email protected]:20:06
23:46:09.778 CCcam: ================================================== ==========
==========
23:46:09.779 CCcam: online using nodeId e05b73ad4d08a314
23:46:09.786 CCcam: dvb api1 detected
23:46:09.787 CCcam: DM56xx/500/600 detected
23:46:09.788 CCcam: create 2 cam device(s)
23:46:09.987 CCcam: added 0 keys from /var/keys/SoftCam.Key
23:46:09.988 CCcam: readKeyfile: cannot open /var/keys/AutoRoll.Key or not found
23:46:09.989 CCcam: static cw not found or bad
23:46:09.989 CCcam: parsed 0 entries from /var/etc/CCcam.prio
23:46:10.042 CCcam: added 510 provider names from /var/etc/CCcam.providers
23:46:10.044 CCcam: added 4 channel names from /var/etc/CCcam.channelinfo
23:46:10.045 CCcam: server started on port 12000
23:46:10.047 CCcam: no working cam devices, no need to start pmthandler
[email protected] /var/bin #


Is this better? any thing that needs correcting from this?

thanks in advance.

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04-February-2011, 10:56

If your intention is to have a smartcard to be read from your dbox than you have to configure properly the cccam.cfg file which is under /var/etc.
Post what card you have and the cccam.cfg

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04-February-2011, 11:11

Since you've managed to get this output, you're almost ready... But let's have a look on the output and explain each line of it:
First line indicates your node id. Although you cannot mess with it, this is how you're identified on the network. It allows CCcam to distinguish the servers running on the network, so that it can track what cards are available per server.
Second line is hardware dependant, it indicates how CCcam will talk to the hardware in order to get the various packets that are part of the enryption scheme from any given channel stream.
Third line although self explanatory it also tells us what CCcam expects to find from the hardware (eg an internal cardreader located in /dev/sci0, etc)
Line 4 states that it created two Conditional Access Modules (the virtual interfaces that will accept the virtual cards)
Lines 5 to 7 concern key files. Unless the destination folder has been changed, the key files are located in the /var/keys folder by default. CCcam is using the SoftCam.key/Autoroll.key format, which is also used by other emus. Keyfiiles are optional and they allow you to use the emulator functions that do not depend on cardsharing, but they can decrypt only older versions of encryption schemes.
Line 8 concerns yet again an optional but a very important file. CCcam.prio in general assists you to achieve faster responses when you try to decrypt a channel, and increase the chance to have a succsfull response from a card on the network. It may sound complicated but it is simple as this: Ignore cards (because it is problematic or fake), prefer a card over another card. This does not control how to restrict a card to a client or from a server (this can be done in CCcam.cfg) but it is a guideline to CCcam what to do in general to avoid things that may result you a black screen although the answer was already there but CCcam couldn't reach it.
Line 9 is optional, it helps you substitute with meaningful names the numbers of Provider IDs
Line 10 is optional, it helps you substitute with a text description the numbers of Channel IDs
The result in line 9 and 10 is not apparent to you right now since CCcam is idle, but when you connect to a server all messages in the debug output and the web interface concerning channels and providers will use the text description specified in those files instead of displaying the number format.
Line 11 is the port your CCcam is listening for connections. 12000 is not a good idea since most ISPs and attackers are aware of it, so you must change it to something different. Same port must also be open and forwarded from your router to your box. This setting applies only for incoming connections and has nothing to do with your outgoing connections.
Last line is a warning that there are no local cards found in the box's card readers.
   
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04-February-2011, 14:16

Many many thanks MAlakas, as always an informative and descriptive post!

Having read all that and trying to remember the most important parts, it would seem to me that:

* My CCcam.cfg and my CCcam.prio are a little short of a number of lines!

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04-February-2011, 14:27

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* My CCcam.cfg and my CCcam.prio are a little short of a number of lines!
prio isnt needed-->>

this isnt the place for sharing..

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