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    Cccam to Oscam

    Cccam to Oscam Converter 1.0

    A small tool convert CCcam.cfg to configuration files for oscam.
    It is the first version only converts lines and C:, F: and N:

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     http://www.megaupload.com/?d=81P4O5V0
    deffo not my work borrowed from another forum.
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    without going into dodgy talk territory, can anyone explain the difference in cams to me?
    Only ever used CCCam.

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    oscam is a bit like new cs

    it can be set up to read a card, and then translated by cccam or other cams via port settings,

    not ever messed with oscam myself, and I believe its a complex procedure
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    Oscam can connect any type of c/s server to any other type of c/s server.plus it is ment to be quicker at accessing the card emu's


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    reading card tech/chat is ok, cs tech/chat is not ok
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    Quote Originally Posted by basilyoung View Post
    oscam is a bit like new cs

    it can be set up to read a card, and then translated by cccam or other cams via port settings,

    not ever messed with oscam myself, and I believe its a complex procedure
    Dead easy to set up once you have done it once when I reimage my box takes about 1 minute to have oscam up and running

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alias1 View Post
    Dead easy to set up once you have done it once when I reimage my box takes about 1 minute to have oscam up and running
    Even together with CCcam..? I have an old Ipbox, which won't read one of my cards, and the other card is read just fine. Both cards worked fine unde gbox, but this emu was a bit unstable. Maybe Oscam + CCcam will do the trick..?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hamram View Post
    Even together with CCcam..? I have an old Ipbox, which won't read one of my cards, and the other card is read just fine. Both cards worked fine unde gbox, but this emu was a bit unstable. Maybe Oscam + CCcam will do the trick..?
    Yes or oscam and mgcamd

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    I think mgcamd soon will be history, or at least less and less common. I've had a few boxes here in my hobbyroom, and I can see that more and more images, come without support for mgcamd. Based on this, I have decided to aim my focus on CCcam. I might of course be wrong, but even so, I guess that CCcam will do the trick.

    Have you tried to make a setup, using oscam to read the card, an CCcam as emu?

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    I had to try this at once, but I get some kind of error message. "Access violation at address 004047E0 in module "cccam2oscam.exe". Read of address 00000022".
    What might this mean..?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hamram View Post
    I had to try this at once, but I get some kind of error message. "Access violation at address 004047E0 in module "cccam2oscam.exe". Read of address 00000022".
    What might this mean..?
    Wrong you need to set up oscam as a server and CCcam as the client do not use cccam2oscam.
    PM me with a way of contacting you if you need help setting it up

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    Any particular reason you are using oscam and cccam?

    Oscam can unscramble channels and update cards by itself using the built-in dvb-api.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shelf View Post
    Any particular reason you are using oscam and cccam?

    Oscam can unscramble channels and update cards by itself using the built-in dvb-api.
    dvd-api sends a shitload of bogus emms to the card thats why

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alias1 View Post
    dvd-api sends a shitload of bogus emms to the card thats why
    I thought you could block these and just allow emms meant for the card. If you have some more information regarding this could you please give me a link. In PM if need be. Cheers.

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    I tried the cccam2oscam converter and got the same message, is there a fix for this?.

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