softcam for linux

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bubbs16
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softcam for linux

Postby bubbs16 » Thu Nov 08, 2018 1:22 am

i cannot get this new linux box going .... i tried using a softcam from v8 but it doesnt work. does anyone have softcam.key file for linux 55w to 133w?
really just need 89w to 131w.

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Re: softcam for linux

Postby cpr43 » Thu Nov 08, 2018 3:04 am

bubbs16 wrote:i cannot get this new linux box going .... i tried using a softcam from v8 but it doesnt work. does anyone have softcam.key file for linux 55w to 133w?
really just need 89w to 131w.


PowerVu

Linux softcam used Service ID
For keys Service ID (SID) must be in hex format. If Service ID start with 0, delete it and write it at end of Service ID (for 0A28 put A280, for 1234 put 2341, for 5678 put 6785)
(If channel service id is ABCD you will need to enter BCDA as sid.) Freesat softcam does not used service id. Thats why you will see 0000 as sid following the P)

Example:

P BCDA 00 0123456789ABCD ; channel name
P BCDA 01 0123456789ABCD ; channel name

EMM
P BCDA 005149D3 D4D5ECD128215A ; EMM Key

Note:
You will need to enter every channel with his proper service ID unless you're running an autoroll EMU in which you only add the EMM and it will found the ECM keys for you.

BISS
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F <service id><ecm pid> <key number> <key>

Example:

service id: 2222
ecm pid: 1FFF
key: 0102030405060708

F 22221FFF 00 0102030405060708


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