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Re: Enigma2 and BBC/ITV at 27.5W Intelsat - a big challenge #1541 teleradio

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Posted 2 August 2019 - 21:02

 

I don't understand why people use oscam-ymod-vxxxxx .
You can use a standard Oscam emu, and simply add a BISS (cw) reader and a flag on lamedb file, C:2600

[reader]
label                         = BISS
protocol                      = constcw
device                        = /etc/tuxbox/config/constant.cw
caid                          = 2600
group                         = 1
constant.cw:
2600:000000:1100:01F4:1FFF::XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX ;BeeBeeCee N
2600:000000:1044:0064:1FFF::XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX ;BeeBeeCee 1
....
 

so why did you post this on page 65 if you only use oscam ???????????????????

 


Hello!

 

Please have patience and some understanding for a beginner in constan. cw and so on.

 

First of all, I am not very familiar with constan. cw and am therefore a little overwhelmed.
The bite key consists of 8 digits, so why do I have to enter the key twice in the constant. cw? It is not enough to list the key 1 X only.

I have registered in Server as follows:

 

[reader]
label = BISS
protocol = constcw
device = /etc/tuxbox/config/constant. cw
caid = 2600
group = 1

I have entered the entries for the individual BBC channels in the Constant. cw as follows :

 

2600:00000000:1100:01F4:1FFF::D5 XX XX XX XX XX XX XX 62 D5 XX XX XX XX XX 62 ;BeeBeeCee N
2600:00000000:1044:0064:1FFF::D5 XX XX XX XX XX XX 62D5 XX XX XX XX XX 62 ;BeeBeeCee 1
. . . .

in lamedb I've got, like,

1100:0cfdace7:1000:0001:1:0:0
BBC NEWS
p:BBC,c:0001f5,c:0101f6,c:0301f5,c:1601f4,C:2600,f:401

Does the BISS key still start and end as follows: D5 XX XX XX XX XX XX XX 62

But everything remains dark!

 

What am I doing wrong?


Edited by WanWizard, 3 August 2019 - 13:05.
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Re: Enigma2 and BBC/ITV at 27.5W Intelsat - a big challenge #1542 twol

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Posted 2 August 2019 - 21:47

Big problem is that by default oscam no longer includes constant.cw module unless you add it...... but to do that you must compile the oscam or build your images.

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------------------> DUR-Line DCR 5-1-8-L4 Multiswitch to 1.5M dish(28.2E)
------------------> Spaun SUS 5581/33 NFA Multiswitch to 80 cm dish(19.2E)
.........DVB-S2X into 90cm dish (27.5W)

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Re: Enigma2 and BBC/ITV at 27.5W Intelsat - a big challenge #1543 littlesat

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Posted 2 August 2019 - 22:35

Or use Oscam emu en put the key in SoftCam.Key????

Edited by littlesat, 2 August 2019 - 22:35.

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Re: Enigma2 and BBC/ITV at 27.5W Intelsat - a big challenge #1544 teleradio

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Posted 3 August 2019 - 23:06

Or use Oscam emu en put the key in SoftCam.Key????

 

Hello littlesat!

 

I'd appreciate if you could give me a little instruction how to do that!



Re: Enigma2 and BBC/ITV at 27.5W Intelsat - a big challenge #1545 littlesat

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Posted 4 August 2019 - 05:57

Put the key in SoftCam.Key instead of constant.cw

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Re: Enigma2 and BBC/ITV at 27.5W Intelsat - a big challenge #1546 teleradio

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Posted 5 August 2019 - 14:34

Hello littelsat!

 

 
Thanks for your suggestion, but it's not really helping me.

 

I would be grateful for more detailed help! 

 
I have done the following: I have entered the keys as follows in Softcam. key. 

 

F 10440065 00 D581F94F24112D62 ;BBC One London (27.5°W)
F 10440065 01 D581F94F24112D62 ;BBC One London (27.5°W)
F 107C1005 00 D581F94F24112D62 ;BBC One Scotland (27.5°W)
F 107C1005 01 D581F94F24112D62 ;BBC One Scotland (27.5°W)
F 107D13ED 00 D581F94F24112D62 ;BBC 1 Northern Ireland (27.5°W)
F 107D13ED 01 D581F94F24112D62 ;BBC 1 Northern Ireland (27.5°W)
F 107E0C1D 00 D581F94F24112D62 ;BBC One Wales (27.5°W)
F 107E0C1D 01 D581F94F24112D62 ;BBC One Wales (27.5°W)
F 10BF00C9 00 D581F94F24112D62 ;BBC TWO England (27.5°W)
F 10BF00C9 01 D581F94F24112D62 ;BBC TWO England (27.5°W)
F 110001F5 00 D581F94F24112D62 ;BBC NEWS (27.5°W)
F 110001F5 01 D581F94F24112D62 ;BBC NEWS (27.5°W)
F 11C00191 00 D581F94F24112D62 ;BBC FOUR (27.5°W)
F 11C00191 01 D581F94F24112D62 ;BBC FOUR (27.5°W)
F 1200012D 00 D581F94F24112D62 ;CBBC (27.5°W)
F 1200012D 01 D581F94F24112D62 ;CBBC (27.5°W)
F 12400191 00 D581F94F24112D62 ;CBeebies (27.5°W)
F 12400191 01 D581F94F24112D62 ;CBeebies (27.5°W)
F 12800259 00 D581F94F24112D62 ;BBC Parliament (27.5°W)
F 12800259 01 D581F94F24112D62 ;BBC Parliament (27.5°W)
F 1C000385 00 D581F94F24112D62 ;BBC Red Button (27.5°W)
F 1C000385 01 D581F94F24112D62 ;BBC Red Button (27.5°W)
F 444017D5 00 D581F94F24112D62 ;BBC Two HD (27.5°W)
F 444017D5 01 D581F94F24112D62 ;BBC Two HD (27.5°W)
F 448419C9 00 D581F94F24112D62 ;BBC One HD (27.5°W)
F 448419C9 01 D581F94F24112D62 ;BBC One HD (27.5°W)
F 44C81839 00 D581F94F24112D62 ;ITV1 HD (27.5°W)
F 44C81839 01 D581F94F24112D62 ;ITV1 HD (27.5°W)
F 4500189D 00 D581F94F24112D62 ;Channel 4 London HD (27.5°W)
F 4500189D 01 D581F94F24112D62 ;Channel 4 London HD (27.5°W)
F 45401901 00 D581F94F24112D62 ;Channel 5 HD (27.5°W)
F 45401901 01 D581F94F24112D62 ;Channel 5 HD (27.5°W)
F 46C01B59 00 D581F94F24112D62 ;CBBC HD (27.5°W)
F 44C01B59 01 D581F94F24112D62 ;CBBC HD (27.5°W)
F 4FC01D4D 00 D581F94F24112D62 ;More 4 UK +1 (27.5°W)
F 4FC01D4D 01 D581F94F24112D62 ;More 4 UK +1 (27.5°W)
---------------------------------------------
F 16001FFF 00 D581F94F24112D62 ;
F 16001FFF 01 D581F94F24112D62 ;BBC Radio Five Live (27.5°W)
F 16401FFF 00 D581F94F24112D62 ;
F 16401FFF 01 D581F94F24112D62 ;BBC Radio Five Live Sports Extra (27.5°W)
F 16801FFF 00 D581F94F24112D62 ;
F 16801FFF 01 D581F94F24112D62 ;BBC 6 Music (27.5°W)
F 16C01FFF 00 D581F94F24112D62 ;
F 16C01FFF 01 D581F94F24112D62 ;BBC 4 Xtra (27.5°W)
F 17001FFF 00 D581F94F24112D62 ;
F 17001FFF 01 D581F94F24112D62 ;BBC 1 Xtra (27.5°W)
F 17411FFF 00 D581F94F24112D62 ;
F 17411FFF 01 D581F94F24112D62 ;BBC Asian Network (27.5°W)
F 17801FFF 00 D581F94F24112D62 ;
F 17801FFF 01 D581F94F24112D62 ;BBC World Service Europe (27.5°W)
F 1A401FFF 00 D581F94F24112D62 ;
F 1A401FFF 01 D581F94F24112D62 ;BBC Radio 1 (27.5°W)
F 1A801FFF 00 D581F94F24112D62 ;
F 1A801FFF 01 D581F94F24112D62 ;BBC Radio 2 (27.5°W)
F 1AC01FFF 00 D581F94F24112D62 ;
F 1AC01FFF 01 D581F94F24112D62 ;BBC Radio 3 (27.5°W)
F 1B001FFF 00 D581F94F24112D62 ;
F 1B001FFF 01 D581F94F24112D62 ;BBC Radio 4 (27.5°W)
 
Then I entered the EMU reader in oscam. server as follows:
[reader]
label = emulator
protocol = emu
device = emulator
disablecrccws_only_for = 0E00:000000
caid = 0500,0604,090F,0E00,1010,1801,2600,2602,2610,4AE1
detect = cd
ident = 0500:000000,023800,021110,007400,007800;0604:000000;090F:000000;0E00:000000;1010:000000;1801:000000,007301,001101,002111;2600:000000;2602:000000;2610:000000;4AE1:000011,000014,0000FE
group = 1
emmcache = 2,1,2,1
emu_auproviders = 0604:010200;0E00:000000;1010:000000;2610:000000;4AE1:000011,000014,0000FE
emu_datecodedenabled = 0
 
 
and then copied the file softcam.key to etc/tuxbox/config
 
 
I also edited the lamedb file, entered all PIDs, stopped enigma with "init4", copied the lamedb to etc/engima and restarted enigma with "init3". 
 
Unfortunately, everything remains dark
 
 

Edited by teleradio, 5 August 2019 - 14:35.


Re: Enigma2 and BBC/ITV at 27.5W Intelsat - a big challenge #1547 littlesat

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Posted 5 August 2019 - 14:43

I would consider to 'drop' your question here...

 

https://github.com/o...-patched/issues

Did you 'log' oscam via the UI?


Edited by littlesat, 5 August 2019 - 14:54.

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Re: Enigma2 and BBC/ITV at 27.5W Intelsat - a big challenge #1548 twol

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Posted 7 August 2019 - 13:34

Teach me to check OpenPli build before commenting ..... unlike other Images, the OpenPli Oscam Softcam build has had the constcw module added ... so no issue for OpenPli users whichever mechanism they use

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Re: Enigma2 and BBC/ITV at 27.5W Intelsat - a big challenge #1549 teleradio

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Posted 7 August 2019 - 23:12

Hello!

 

By using OpenPli's Oscam-Emu and Softcam.key  i was finally successful  and all BBC channels are now decrypted and visible on my ET-9200 with OpenPli Image 7.1. Could you please tell me which version of OScam Emu it is and where I can download it for ARM recievers?



Re: Enigma2 and BBC/ITV at 27.5W Intelsat - a big challenge #1550 twol

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Posted 8 August 2019 - 09:14

The appropiate oscam will be in the plugin feeds for that receiver - just go to plugins and download and you will find it under softcam


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------------------> DUR-Line DCR 5-1-8-L4 Multiswitch to 1.5M dish(28.2E)
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.........DVB-S2X into 90cm dish (27.5W)

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Zgemma H9twin & Zgemma H9 C/S mode into Giga4K
 


Re: Enigma2 and BBC/ITV at 27.5W Intelsat - a big challenge #1551 Stickan

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Posted 15 August 2019 - 17:56

How about BBC THREE HD and FOUR HD? I can see these channels in the channel list but how to get decoding? BBC ONE and TWO etc working fine.



Re: Enigma2 and BBC/ITV at 27.5W Intelsat - a big challenge #1552 WanWizard

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Posted 15 August 2019 - 18:41

BBC Three has been off air for ages?


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Re: Enigma2 and BBC/ITV at 27.5W Intelsat - a big challenge #1553 twol

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Posted 15 August 2019 - 19:23

BBC3 as a sat service is dead but BBC4 is like BBC1/2 just needs the lamedb modification and then the correct Oscam files entries

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.........FBC Tuners:
------------------> DUR-Line DCR 5-1-8-L4 Multiswitch to 1.5M dish(28.2E)
------------------> Spaun SUS 5581/33 NFA Multiswitch to 80 cm dish(19.2E)
.........DVB-S2X into 90cm dish (27.5W)

Octagon sf8008, AX HD61, Edision Osmio 4K+, Zgemma H9Combo using Legacy ports on multiswitches
Zgemma H9twin & Zgemma H9 C/S mode into Giga4K
 


Re: Enigma2 and BBC/ITV at 27.5W Intelsat - a big challenge #1554 teleradio

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Posted 15 August 2019 - 23:40

The appropiate oscam will be in the plugin feeds for that receiver - just go to plugins and download and you will find it under softcam

 

I know that, unfortunatley I can't install OpenPli on my Dreambox 920. So I'd appreciate if somebody could provide me the right OSCAM-emu file for ARM boxes. Maybe someone can post a download link.


Edited by teleradio, 15 August 2019 - 23:43.


Re: Enigma2 and BBC/ITV at 27.5W Intelsat - a big challenge #1555 Stickan

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Posted 16 August 2019 - 12:29

BBC3HD and BBC4HD again. When searching channels on 27,5W I get theese channels two downloaded. So I wonder why there is no decoding possibilities.

 

BBC3 and BBC4 are both working fine, but I would prefr HD-versions.



Re: Enigma2 and BBC/ITV at 27.5W Intelsat - a big challenge #1556 Robinson

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Posted 16 August 2019 - 13:43

There are no HD versions on this satellite. What you get is just "empty SID's", which has been mentioned many times in this thread.

There are no transport streams on these SID's on 27.5W.


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Re: Enigma2 and BBC/ITV at 27.5W Intelsat - a big challenge #1557 Stickan

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Posted 16 August 2019 - 17:49

OK, thanks. I am happy to have the possibility to watch the other UK channels thanks to this forum. :)



Re: Enigma2 and BBC/ITV at 27.5W Intelsat - a big challenge #1558 teleradio

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Posted 18 August 2019 - 00:36

Hello!
 
Can someone who has a VU SOLO4K box with installed OpenPli - Image 7. 2 and OSCAM-Emu send me the installed "OSCAM - file" or post a link to download it here?
 



Re: Enigma2 and BBC/ITV at 27.5W Intelsat - a big challenge #1559 WanWizard

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Posted 18 August 2019 - 00:54

What is OpenPLi 7.2 ?


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Re: Enigma2 and BBC/ITV at 27.5W Intelsat - a big challenge #1560 teleradio

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Posted 18 August 2019 - 01:35

Hello!
 
Can someone who has a VU SOLO4K box with installed OpenPli - Image 7. 2 and OSCAM-Emu send me the installed "OSCAM - file" or post a link to download it here?
 

 

 

What is OpenPLi 7.2 ?

 

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