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CCcam C-line Tutorial

Source: http://linuxsat-support.com/cccam-support-tutorials/4907-cline-setting.html

Syntax : C: <hostname> <port> <username> <password> <wantemus> { caid:id:uphops, caid:id:uphops, … }

In a C line we can have :

1. Instructions where to look for a server <hostname>
2. Which port that server is using <port>
3. Username to connect to that server <username>
4. Password to connect to that server <password>
5. If you like to recieve Emulator shares from keys <wantemus> (i recommend using “no” here)
6. Limiting what to get from that particular server { caid:id:uphops, caid:id:uphops, … }

Examples

Basic C line that most users will use :
C: server.noip.com 12000 username password

C line that is more appropriate if you do not want to recieve key Emulators:
C: server.noip.com 12000 username password no

C line that is more appropriate if you want to recieve key Emulators (NOT  recommended) :
C: server.noip.com 12000 username password yes

Cline that will limit to receive all shares that are only up to 2 hops away (Recommended!!):
C: server.noip.com 12000 username password no { 0:0:2 }

Cline that will get all shares but does not get a specific provider:
C: server.noip.com 12000 username password no { 0:0:2, 093b:0 }

Cline that will get all shares but does not get specific providers:
C: server.noip.com 12000 username password no { 0:0:2, 100:3, 100:4, 100:5, 100:9, 100:A, 100:c }

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Files location for all important softcams (CCcam, MGcamd)

Source: http://cs-kings.net/thread100.html

Newcamd

o Keys directory: /var/tuxbox/scce -keylist, ppua, constancw, rsakeylist, tpscrypt (/var/scce for versions < 6.01)
o Program files: /var/bin – newcamd, cardserv, cardspider, betadserv
o Config files: /var/tuxbox/config/newcamd – newcamd.conf, cardserv.cfg, betad.cfg (/var/tuxbox/config for versions < 6.02)
o AU files: /var/tuxbox/scce/ – nagrarom3.bin, nagraram3.bin, nagraepr3.bin, sttestrom3.bin, stmaprom3.bin, nagrarom7.bin, nagraram7.bin, nagraepr7.bin, nagrarom10.bin, nagraram10.bin, nagraepr10.bin, nagrarom11.bin, nagraram11.bin, nagraepr11.bin, rsakeylist (/var/scce for versions < 6.01)

UCAS/SCAM

o Keys directory: /var/keys – ‘SoftCam.Key’, seca2,nagra,via, irdeto,conax
o Program files: /var/bin – scam
o Config files: /var/keys – softcam.cfg
o AU files: /var/keys/ – seca2 /nagra_rom

Cam X

o Keys directory: /var/keys – ‘SoftCam.Key’
o Program files: /var/bin – camx server
o Config files: /var/etc – camx.config
o AU files: var/keys/ – AutoRoll.key

Evocamd

o Keys directory: /var/keys – Autoupdate.Key & Keylist.txt
o Program files: /var/bin – evocamd
o Config files: /var/keys – camd_cfg
o AU files: /var/keys – Autoupdate.Key, /var/scce/ – nagraepr3.bin, nagraepr7.bin, nagraepr10.bin, nagraepr11.bin, nagraram3.bin, nagraram7.bin, nagraram10.bin, nagraram11.bin, nagrarom3ext.bin

Radegast

o Keys directory: /var/keys – SoftCam.Key & AutoRoll.key
o Program files: /var/bin – rdgd, camd.rdgd, netpilot
o Config files: /var/etc – radegast.cfg
o AU files: Need a patched driver for older conax cards

Camd 3

o Keys directory: /var/keys – camd3.keys
o Program files: /var/bin – camd3, pcamd
o Config files: /var/keys – camd3.conf, camd3.config, camd3.servers, camd3.users, pw_start.services, camd3.conf only needed for older camd3
o AU files: /var/keys/ – seca_hash.bin, seca2_hash_0070.bin, seca2_mask_0070.bin, camd3.keys

MGcamd

o Keys directory: /var/keys – SoftCam.Key, AutoRoll.key, tps
o Program files: /var/bin – mgcamd
o Config files: /var/keys – mg_cfg
o AU files:

Xcamd

o Keys directory: /var/keys – Keys.txt, AutoRoll.key
o Program files: /var/bin – xcamd
o Config files: /var/etc – xcamd.conf
o AU files: /var/roms/ – eeprom10.bin, eeprom11.bin, eeprom3.bin, eeprom7.bin, ram_10.bin, ram_11.bin, ram_3.bin, ram_7.bin, rom10.rom, rom11.rom, rom3.rom, rom7.rom

CCcam

o Keys directory: /var/keys – SoftCam.Key, AutoRoll.key, constant.cw
o Program files: /var/bin – CCcam
o Config files: /var/etc – CCcam.cfg
o AU files: uknown

The latest Cam X:

o Keys directory: /var/keys – SoftCam.Key
o Program files: /var/bin – camx(ng) + server(ng)
o Config files: /var/etc – camx.config
o AU files: var/keys/ – AutoRoll.key

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Connect MGCamd and CCcam

You probably know MGCamd. This is great client EMU that is in my opinion better than CCcam and OScam (as client!!). Configuring is quite easy, you just need to have right instructions. For example, OScam is real pain in the arse when you want to set it up.

Well I prepared a package for you: http://www.satnigmo.com/MGCAMD_1.38_MIPS.rar

Here you will get mgcamd 1.36 for mipsel receivers (VU+, CT and Dreambox receivers) + two config files. One is called mg_cfg, other one is cccam.list. Both files need to be in var/keys

mg_cfg is already edited so it can be used immediately (mgcamd+cccam connection)! What you need to do is to make a C line and copy/paste it in cccam.list file. Easy! I assume you know how to make C line? First you need to make F line on your server side where cccam is running. Then simply make C line from that F line! For more instruction check google 😉

And thats it! You now have MGCamd which is connected to CCcam server. You will see that MGCamd is very fast when it comes to zapping speed 😉

FOR DISCUSSION ABOUT THIS ARTICLE VISIT THIS THREAD ON FORUM:

http://www.satnigmo.com/forum/index.php?threads/connect-mgcamd-with-cccam.532/

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CCcam Download Collection

2.3.0
-add seca tunneled nagra card support (may need card reset to see new revision after updating)
-add SID LIMIT (see CCcam.cfg for details)
-several smartcard fixes
-several network fixes

Click for download!

2.2.1
-added via 3.0 emu (add working *** in SoftCam.Key)
-fixed parsing GLOBAL EMM setting
-fixed occasional freeze (bug since 2.2.0)
-random loadbalance preference
-smartcard fixes

Click for download!

2.2.0
-several smartcard fixes
-added SCIDEVICES setting (see CCcam.cfg for details)
-fixed timings display
-fixed possible crash with SMP
-don’t clear SMARTCARD SID ASSIGN and LOADBALANCE settings when configfile changes (changing these settings requires a restart, so they should not be touched when config is re-read)
-added SMARTCARD SID REJECT (see CCcam.cfg for details)
-distribute ASSIGN/REJECT info to clients to improve performance (needs 2.2.0 server and clients)
-improved detecting when CCcam.cfg has changed
-added GLOBAL EMM setting (clientside), to control generation of GA EMM traffic (see CCcam.cfg for details)

Click for download!

2.1.4
-ndz smartcard fixes
-ecm timeout decreased
-via26 emu
-seca handler improvement

Click for download!

2.1.3
-important cardreader fixes
-DRE crypt support
-963 support
-reenabled n2 emu

Click for download!

2.1.2
-several smartcard fixes
-via emm fixes
-seca emm fixes
-added SMARTCARD SID ASSIGN, see CCcam.cfg for details
-TNT sat
-double login loop fix
-serverside emm overload fix

Click for download!

2.0.11
-support caid tunnelling
-improved chid selection

Click for download!

 

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Stable CCcam

I have quite extensive experience with CCcam and i can tell you that the most stable CCcam is 2.0.11! This version is especially good choice when your are using CCcam as a server. If you are using CCcam as a client, you can easly use newest CCcam version, 2.2.1.

In short:

CLIENT ONLY = CCcam 2.2.1

SERVER and CLIENT together = CCcam 2.0.11 or CCcam 2.2.1

SERVER ONLY = CCcam 2.0.11

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