[vdr] Encrypted channel without cam and channel switching

Antti Hartikainen ami+vdr at ah.fi
Tue Apr 11 13:10:34 CEST 2006

On Tue, Apr 11, 2006 at 10:08:51AM +0300, Lauri Tischler wrote:
> >In my opinion, there should be an option to disable this "feature".. 
> >Changing CA to DVB card number is possible tho, but i have two DVB-S cards 
> >so it is not an option for me. Or is there CA-value that covers all 
> >different type cards (T/S/C) and on the same time says "don't touch this 
> >CA-field"?
> From man 5 vdr
> Conditional access
> A hexadecimal integer defining how this channel can be accessed:
> tab  (@); l l.  0000 at Free To Air 0001...000F at explicitly requires
> the device with the given number 0010...00FF at reserved  for  user
> defined  assignments  defined  in  ca.conf  0100...FFFF at specific
> decryption methods as broadcast in the data stream Values in the
> range 0001...00FF will not be overwritten, all other values will
> be automatically replaced by the actual  CA  system  identifiers
> received from the data stream. If there is more than one CA sys-
> tem id broadcast, they will be separated by commas, as in
>     ...:1702,1722,1801:...
> The values are in hex because that's the way they are defined in
> the "ETR 162" document. Leading zeros may be omitted.

I know that.. but in 1.3.38 changelog:

- The file 'ca.conf' is obsolete and has been removed.

and manual doesn't tell where to define them from now on (if anywhere).

And was it possible to define "device groups" then anyway?

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