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    VIX 1.1 CCcam.cfg

    In other images and indeed VIX 1.0 there was no check to see if CCcam.cfg existed in \etc. VIX 1.1 insists this file exists before you can start CCcam. I don't need a cfg file but do need CCcam started so just wondering why you insist on it being present. I just created a nul file to get around it.

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    Not necessary, just set it to autostart, and reboot. That's what I did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tkr001 View Post
    In other images and indeed VIX 1.0 there was no check to see if CCcam.cfg existed in \etc. VIX 1.1 insists this file exists before you can start CCcam. I don't need a cfg file but do need CCcam started so just wondering why you insist on it being present. I just created a nul file to get around it.
    Well I some how lost CCcam 2.14 and it just wouldn't auto start, then I found out that the config file had just disappeared. FTP the config file over and the cam would then restart.

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    hi friend i bought new vu+duo but withfactory image no cccam so please anyone help me to put manualy cccam.

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    Flash VIX 1.1, download cccam from plugins and create your own config file then ftp it to /etc

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    hi my supplier said if i change image then my warranty is finish so ?what can i do bro?

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    hi m8, i think your supplier is talking cack, how can he prove what img your using, you can backup you vu then flash any img you want onto your vu, i recommend ViX 1.1 its the muts nuts.

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    yes but can u help me with how to put cccam manualy in factory default image please.

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    ftp the file below to /tmp, then login to your box via telnet and run this command:


    ipkg install /tmp/*.ipk

    this should intall cccam onto your box which you can select from the cam menu. you may need to edit/copy over your own cccam.config file which lives in var/etc
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    do i have to unzipped the rar?

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