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Some more OScam and CCcam monitoring scripts

This script is not tested by me, but apperantly it works just fine!

#!/bin/sh
 #Scriptfile for starting and stopping oscam
 #Scriptwriting done by CC_Share
 #For support and more info visit http://www.eurocardsharing.com
#Setting variables
 CAMNAME="Oscam Server"
 CAMDIR="/emu/oscam"
 CONFDIR="/usr/local/etc"
 LOGDIR="/var/log/oscam/log"
 CAM="oscam.x86"
 # end
# Checking for pid file existance
 if [ ! -f $CAMDIR/oscam.pid ]
 then
 echo "No pidfile exists, Creating PID for oscam"
 else
 rm $CAMDIR/oscam.pid
 echo "Pidfile allready found, Removing old pidfile"
 fi
pidof $CAM > $CAMDIR/oscam.pid
 PID=$(exec cat $CAMDIR/oscam.pid)
# This method starts oscam
 start_cam ()
 {
 $CAMDIR/$CAM -b -c $CONFDIR &
 sleep 5
 }
 # This method stops oscam
 stop_cam ()
 {
 kill -9 $PID
 sleep 5
 }
 case "$1" in
 start)
 echo "[SCRIPT] $1: $CAMNAME"
 ##Check if cam is runing
 if ps | grep -v grep | grep -v start | grep $CAM > /dev/null
 then
 echo "$CAM runing, stop it first!"
 else
 start_cam
 fi
 ;;
 stop)
 echo "[SCRIPT] $1: $CAMNAME"
 stop_cam
 ;;
 restart)
 echo "Restarting $CAMNAME"
 stop_cam
 start_cam
 ;;
 *)
 "$0" stop
 exit 1
 ;;
 esac
 exit 0

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#!/bin/sh
 #Scriptfile for starting and stopping CCcam
 #Script has been modified to enable both x86 and x86_64 versions
 #Scriptwriting done by CC_Share
 #For support and more info visit http://www.eurocardsharing.com
 
 #Setting variables
 CAMNAME="CCcam Server"
 CAMDIR="/emu/cccam"
 LOGDIR="/emu/log"
 # end
 
 # Checking what CCcam version is used on this computer.
 if [ ! -f $CAMDIR/CCcam.x86_64 ]
 then
 CAM="CCcam.x86"
 else
 CAM="CCcam.x86_64"
 fi
 
 # Checking for pid file existance
 if [ ! -f $CAMDIR/cccam.pid ]
 then
 echo "No pidfile exists, Creating PID for CCcam"
 else
 rm $CAMDIR/cccam.pid
 echo "Pidfile allready found, Removing old pidfile"
 fi
 
 pidof $CAM > $CAMDIR/cccam.pid
 PID=$(exec cat $CAMDIR/cccam.pid)
 
 # This method starts CCcam
 start_cam ()
 {
 $CAMDIR/$CAM -dv >> /$LOGDIR/debug.txt &
 sleep 5 
 }
 # This method stops CCcam
 stop_cam ()
 {
 kill -9 $PID
 sleep 5 
 }
 case "$1" in
 start)
 echo "[SCRIPT] $1: $CAMNAME"
 start_cam
 ;;
 stop)
 echo "[SCRIPT] $1: $CAMNAME"
 stop_cam
 ;;
 restart)
 echo "Restarting $CAMNAME"
 stop_cam
 start_cam
 ;;
 *)
 "$0" stop
 exit 1
 ;;
 esac
 exit 0
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Oscam Check Scripts

In this article i will present you OScam check script that i use and works without any problems. I use it on Ubuntu but it was 100% reliable on Fedora too. Script simply checks if process oscam is still present in your system. If not, script restarts your OScam. Make sure that your OScam executable is named “oscam”. It also needs to have 755 permissions! I hope that this copy/pasted script works OK. If not, please leave a comment!

#!/bin/sh
#
FOO="/tmp/_tmp"
LOGIN="root"
PW="dreambox"
IP="192.168.1.155"
PORT="16002"
STR="TITLE>"
#
  curl -s --digest -o - -u $LOGIN:$PW "http://$IP:$PORT/status.html?hideidle=0" | grep "$STR" > $FOO
       printf "Checking for ERRORS ...\n";
  if [ -s $FOO ]; then
    printf "\033[37;32mOscam working OK\033[37;40m\n";
else
      printf "\033[37;31mOscam ERROR!\033[37;40m\n";
    /usr/local/bin/oscam -b > /dev/null
fi    
rm -f $FOO
exit 0
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