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<small><font face="Tahoma">As I understand it it's just an additional
codec that is shipped with the "HD"-Card<br>
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But I now ordered a KNC ONE Card with CI-Module- I read it is
supported, isn't it?<br>
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Benny Amorsen wrote:
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            <pre wrap="">"FF" == Florian Frankenberger <a class="moz-txt-link-rfc2396E" href="mailto:florian@darkblue.de">&lt;florian@darkblue.de&gt;</a> writes:
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FF&gt; Hi Everyone, I'm just about to buy a new DVB-C Card for my
FF&gt; Linux-Box. But I still have a problem to solve. I saw that the
FF&gt; linux-dvb-driver supports this card - but I didn't find a
FF&gt; single word about the usage of a CI. So my question is:

FF&gt; Is the Satelco DVB-C PCI-Card supported with the usage of a
FF&gt; CAM-Module (Alphacrypt Light) in the seperatly sold CI-Slot?

That card looks very interesting. Do you know if there are hardware
differences between the non-HDTV and the HDTV versions?


/Benny



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