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Having pulled out my hair so far over the weekend, I have figured
out, that maybe, I need to change the ca field in channels.conf.
After a scan from dvbscan, it is set to 0, which appearantly means
fta. Changing it to 1 isn't a magical fix, but I think it is
something that is needed? After this however, I am kinda stuck.
There is hardly anything to be found on this subject and most/all
info I find is about softcams and cardsharing.<br>
Nobody has any pointer in the right direction to get VDR working
with a hardware cam?<br>
On 12/17/10 22:21, Oliver Schinagl wrote:
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<pre wrap=""> And this time, with the log actually attached.
On 12/17/10 22:18, Oliver Schinagl wrote:
<pre wrap=""> Ok, i found that i get the debugging from running vdr and piping it
output to a file. I removed the log serial numbers hopefully. I can't
see anything wrong though, i changed from fta, to encrypted channels and
back, also went through the cam menu while on the encrpyted channels.
Do I need to do anything with channels.conf to let it know i have
encrypted channels? I just piped the output from dvbscan to
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