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OScam TVheadend, CAs ok= Encrypted channels show Black Screen

Added by Skardy Lottans 7 months ago

Hi dear users, I installed oscam following this guide:
http://am-silex.blogspot.com/2014/05/install-oscam-on-ubuntuupdated-with-new.html

Then I put my c-line in the oscam.server file.

The [account] section in the oscam.user file looks like this:

[account]
user = user1
pwd = password1
monlevel = 0
uniq = 1
group = 1
au = reader1
services = services1
betatunnel = 0300.FFFF: 0100,0400.FFFF: 0100
ident = 0100: 000000
caid = 0100

I set up my [dvbapi] section in oscam.conf file like this:

[dvbapi]
enabled = 1
au = 1
pmt_mode = 4
request_mode = 1
listen_port = 9000
delayer = 100
user = user1
boxtype = pc-nodmx

Next, I set up the CAs section of tvheadend as shown in the photo in link:
https://postimg.cc/3db3h34P

With these settings when I open a channel with vlc via the tvheadend page; if it is an unencrypted channel i can see it, if it is encrypted it shows a black screen with no audio, how can I solve the situation and also see the encrypted channels?


Replies (8)

RE: OScam TVheadend, CAs ok= Encrypted channels show Black Screen - Added by M. Bergmann 7 months ago

Which 'oscam emu patched' do you use?

RE: OScam TVheadend, CAs ok= Encrypted channels show Black Screen - Added by saen acro 7 months ago

M. Bergmann wrote:

Which 'oscam emu patched' do you use?

There is only one repo for that, it's too easy to find it alone.

RE: OScam TVheadend, CAs ok= Encrypted channels show Black Screen - Added by saen acro 7 months ago

Skardy Lottans wrote:

what is that?

Read, try then ask, asking before that, is equal to laziness.

RE: OScam TVheadend, CAs ok= Encrypted channels show Black Screen - Added by Skardy Lottans 7 months ago

no, you're missing the point.

I solved my problem and I shared the solution and the way to implement it to other users, it is you who came to my post to bring a different solution by not explaining what it is, nor how it works, I thank you for your intervention, but opening your link, me, and I think many other users will find it difficult to understand if you do not spend a few lines to explain how it works. Greetings

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