[vdr] Upgrading from 1.4.7 to 1.7.0 : enabling #define

Klaus Schmidinger Klaus.Schmidinger at cadsoft.de
Sun May 4 16:01:50 CEST 2008


On 05/04/08 15:31, Pierre-Yves Paranthoen (PERSO) wrote:
> Here are the results with the device.c patch you gave me :
>  
> ...
> May  4 15:28:08 localhost vdr: [7030] edited channel 1 
> TF1;CSAT:11895:vC34O0S0:S19.2E:27500:171:124=fra,125=eng:53:0:8371:1:1074:0
> ...
> May  4 15:28:29 localhost vdr: [7030] switching to channel 1
> May  4 15:28:29 localhost vdr: [7030] GetDevice 1 0 1 -1 0000
> May  4 15:28:29 localhost vdr: [7030] NumCamSlots = 2
> May  4 15:28:29 localhost vdr: [7030] j = 0, i = 0, imp = 020C4C6E, 
> Impact = FFFFFFFF
> May  4 15:28:29 localhost vdr: [7030] device 0
> ...
> May  4 15:28:32 localhost vdr: [7036] changing caids of channel 1 from 0 
> to 500,100
> May  4 15:28:32 localhost vdr: [7030] retuning due to modification of 
> channel 1
> May  4 15:28:32 localhost vdr: [7030] switching to channel 1
> May  4 15:28:32 localhost vdr: [7030] GetDevice 1 0 1 -1 0500
> May  4 15:28:32 localhost vdr: [7030] NumCamSlots = 2
> May  4 15:28:32 localhost vdr: [7030] CAM 0 not ready
> May  4 15:28:32 localhost vdr: [7030] CAM 1 ready
> May  4 15:28:32 localhost vdr: [7030] no usable CAM slots!
> May  4 15:28:32 localhost vdr: [7030] info: Channel not available!

After changing the CA id of channel 1 to '0', the first device is chosen.
Then the CA id is automatically updated to 500,100 and the channel is
retuned. CAM 2 (index 1) is ready, but apparently doesn't provide CA id 500 or 100.

What I'm missing in your log is the actual "application information" message
of your CAM - something like

    CAM 2: AlphaCrypt, 01, 4A20, 4A20

Please change the 'dbgprotocol' to 'dsyslog' in the following lines of ci.c:

515:   dbgprotocol("Slot %d: <== Application Info (%d)\n", Tc()->CamSlot()->SlotNumber(), SessionId());

721:   dbgprotocol("Slot %d: <== Ca Pmt Reply (%d)", Tc()->CamSlot()->SlotNumber(), SessionId());

731:   dbgprotocol(" %d", pnr);

735:   dbgprotocol(" %02X", *d);

752:   dbgprotocol(" %02X", caepl);

761:   dbgprotocol(" %d=%02X", pid, caees);

772:   dbgprotocol("\n");

and repeat the test. Make sure the "Application Info" and "Ca Pmt Reply" messages
are in your log excerpt.

Klaus



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