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    Question How to understand Cccam config file?

    How to understand Cccam configuration files and scripts? Any good tutorials?
    How do they work and what is this HOP etc? What is this C line E line etc? I am really new to these card sharing things and I request you members to help me learn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by reggeomakal View Post
    How to understand Cccam configuration files and scripts? Any good tutorials?
    How do they work and what is this HOP etc? What is this C line E line etc? I am really new to these card sharing things and I request you members to help me learn.
    Okay i'll try to explain how the config works with CCcam.

    To add a user you have to put a F line in the config :

    F: user password 3 1 0 { 0:0:5 }

    user gets all our cards at max distance(hops) of 3

    He has the right to use our emu keys 1, no rights to emu keys change into 0

    He has NO AU rights 0, right for AU change into 1

    Furthermore he has the right to reshare all our cards 4 more times { 0:0:5 }
    When number is here { 0:0:1 } he can only watch himself and he has no reshare rights.


    NEVER GO ABOVE NUMBER 5 because the distance is to far then. ( like GBOX { 5 5 })

    You can set portnumber by changing this rule :

    # SERVER LISTEN PORT: 12000
    into
    SERVER LISTEN PORT: number you want.

    To connect to a CCcam server you have to add a C line:

    C: ip/dyndns_server port user password yes

    The yes on the end says you want to use your rights for emu keys

    To connect to a newcamd server you have to add A N line:

    N: ip/dyndns port user password deskey hops_away

    To connect to a radegast server you need to add a R line:

    R: IP/dyndns port CAID(4digits) providerID(6digits) hops_away

    To connect to a Camd3 server you have to add a L line:

    L: IP/dyndns port CAID(4digits) providerID(6digits) hops_away



    These are the basics of the config for CCcam.

    Expert setup follows

    (03-30-2007 09:39 AM)
    OK here we go, the above settings are the basics now we go further.

    With a Cccam server you are always in controll
    You decide how much your friend is going to see and how far he can reshare it

    F: user password 0 0 0 { 0:0:1 }

    Says that user gets only our local cards:0 and he only can watch it himself he has no reshare rights.
    When changing the zero into 1 user gets our local cards and all vitual cards at a max distance of 1 hop.
    If number is 2 then a max distance of 2 hops etc.
    Don't exceed number 5 because the distance is then too far away for stable picture

    In case U have 2 local cards and U only want that user get to see 1 u can do this excample:

    Card 1 = provider CDS 0100 00006A
    Card 2 = provider Premiere 1702 000000

    Now you want that user only gets to see your CDS card and not the premiere card do the following

    F: user password 3 1 0 { 0:0:5, 0100 00006A:1, 1702:0:0 }

    This user gets all cards at maximum distance of 3 hops except 1702 because he has no rights to it :0.
    He gets to reshare all our cards(local and virual) 4 times except for provider 0100 0006A because of :1.
    Say you want the user to have the right to reshare 0100 0006A 2 times further then change the :1 into 3

    So you see U decide what your friend(s) are entitled to see and how many rights they get, wants your card is set to reshare level 3 nobody but yourself can change that.

    If you have questions feel free

    (03-30-2007 09:46 AM)
    Edit:

    In the latest versions of CCcam it's possible to control your hops you are receiving from your peers.
    Thats realy a good option now you are in control how many shares online you have.

    Heavy testing for me said that 2500 shares online is maximum.

    To control receiving hops just add { 0:0 } at the end of the C line, where x is the number of hops you want to receive.

    So: C: dyndnds port user passwd no { 0:0:2 } only gives me shares from that peer with max count of 2.

    Important: If you dont use yes/no behind the C lines add them or:

    ( { 0:0:2 } ) make it like this otherwise it won't work


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    Thanks for the detailed reply.

    "C: ip/dyndns_server port " is this means ip/ = ip of the server or customer?

    dyndns_server port...who is dyndns? every one talks about this dyndns but I don't understand who is that. Is he a public server or given here just for example?

    What is hops?
    card server ->another server->customer db = 2 hops? or I am totally wrong?

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    thanks phukalsat,,

    can u give another help,,
    Cccam file(zip version)has several files inside..please explain which file goes to which directory in Dream box..

    cccam.cfg--->dream box dir?
    xxx.yyy---->dream box dir?
    i think u can understand my question..waiting for ur repply.
    thanks a lot..
    krish

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    Quote Originally Posted by reggeomakal View Post
    Thanks for the detailed reply.

    "C: ip/dyndns_server port " is this means ip/ = ip of the server or customer?

    dyndns_server port...who is dyndns? every one talks about this dyndns but I don't understand who is that. Is he a public server or given here just for example?
    Yes that is the IP address of the server.
    dyndns is a static IP address. Most ISP providers will give you a dynamic IP address which changes everytime you log of and back on. That's no good for sharing because you don't want to change your config file every time. That's why you set up a dyndns account (which is free) which automaticly redirects to your current IP address.

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    Quote Originally Posted by krish View Post
    thanks phukalsat,,

    can u give another help,,
    Cccam file(zip version)has several files inside..please explain which file goes to which directory in Dream box..

    cccam.cfg--->dream box dir?
    xxx.yyy---->dream box dir?
    i think u can understand my question..waiting for ur repply.
    thanks a lot..
    krish

    krish, not sure what image you are using but with my Gemini image CCcam goes in var/bin
    and CCcam.cfg goes in var/etc

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    just to clarify:

    dyndns is ip forwarding service for those having dynamic ip address. creates a hostname for your computer (instead of the everchanging IP address numbers) dyndns.org or another one is no-ip.com

    server hops: 1 hop is 1 server/pc/ip address from your own computer. more server hops means you are "far" from the card server.
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    Quote Originally Posted by weirdo View Post
    krish, not sure what image you are using but with my Gemini image CCcam goes in var/bin
    and CCcam.cfg goes in var/etc
    thank u sir,
    i am using gemini 4.00 imege and i have CCcam 2.0.0, please can u tell all the files locations in dream dox i have to put.
    i used total comander .my box is 7020.when i try to put my file while FTP i found some directories missing,showed their locations as short cut links.what am i doing wrong.may i use a another gemini version?
    thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by weirdo View Post
    krish, not sure what image you are using but with my Gemini image CCcam goes in var/bin
    and CCcam.cfg goes in var/etc
    yes according to manual you are right,i tried gemini3.6,gemini4.0,gemini 4.01,...tried DCC,total commander,file Zilla.>>>every time i try to click var/bin it shifted to usr/bin and also to var/etc it jump to /etc why is that
    var /bin and var/etc shows as short cuts...(in filezilla those directories with question mark--in DCC with a pointing hand icon)
    please help,
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    Not sure mate, I've never had the problem you're describing. Anyone else?
    Sounds like you need to change the Attr to 755 instead of 777.
    Did you make sure you highlighted the destination (var/bin) before clicking the left arrow?

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    Quote Originally Posted by weirdo View Post
    Not sure mate, I've never had the problem you're describing. Anyone else?
    Sounds like you need to change the Attr to 755 instead of 777.
    Did you make sure you highlighted the destination (var/bin) before clicking the left arrow?
    yes sir i did. one time i changed all files att to 777 and also 755.one time i get mad and deleted the usr/bin directory.box stoped and only white screen.i re flash again.
    but result same>>>var/bin shows as short cut when selecting it jumps to usr/bin.
    var/etc jumps to(root)/etc..
    by the way i download the gemini from RDI site.
    i got a problem when flashing(when enabling network(using cross cable and null modem cable connect)it gave an error.so i always uploded with null mod'cable.very slow but not gave an error.
    how can i post a picture to this thread ?then i can show the situation,
    thanks
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    weirdo, boknoy nice for your help.

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    Dear All

    Please explain me what is the importancy of cccam provider and Channel List file

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    Quote Originally Posted by padmathilaka View Post
    Dear All

    Please explain me what is the importancy of cccam provider and Channel List file
    so that you can identify which channel you are watching when you look at the webinfo instead of some weird numbers.
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    Default CCcam Config

    Open Dcc Ftp/var/etc put this file And Add Cline F Line N Line
    http://rapidshare.com/files/39089999...x2007.txt.html
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