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CCcam and GBox running together - 25-December-2008, 22:47


is it possible to run gbox and cccam together on DBox II ?


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No i think you cant run on dbox2 2 cams simultaneity. Becasue dbox2 has only 16mb ram and there is just no room for 2 cams.
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you can run 2 cam daemons on dbox2 , the problem ain't even the memory, the problem is that it would slow down your system enormously.
there's various ways of overcoming the 16mb ram limitation (like having 32mb, in my case :P) , one of the most common one is to have an SD card inside your dbox2 (need an interface for it) and have a swap partition enabled on that card.
the issue is not memory, the issue is a dbox2 has simply only 67MHz at it's disposal (as opposed to 250+MHz a dreambox has) and the most part of it is already used for simple TV watching (audio stream, OSD etc).

so, yes ... you can enable both cams, and dbox2 will be choosing the apropriate camd ... the problem is, it'll be slow as hell (expect your dbox2 to take up to 5 mins before it decrypts a channel) ...

not even worth bothering ;-)
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