OSCam/en/What is OSCam
What is OSCam?!
The most important: OSCam is Open Source
OSCam means Open Source Conditional Access Modul and is a non-profit community work of many developers. The development is public. The progress can be tracked by Oscam-Timeline using changesets and tickets. The development steps are "svn's" (subversion). They are available for compilation (Look at Platforms).
"work in progress" due, however, that can be included in the documentation are only snapshots of the development. Help of user demand!
At the beginning of the development OScam was a pure card-server. Later, the area added client. This is to ensure that everything comes "from one source".
Like its predecessor MPCS OSCam is mainly a protocol- and cross-platform card server.
The area client is controlled by the parameters dvbapi. Server and client will later be incorporated into one protocol, without having to resort to other protocols with closed source. Such protocols are still involved, without responsibility for what in these black boxes with the data and commands happened!
Overview of the dependencies of server and client
(Courtesy of Alno from his workshop 2 on this topic)
OSCam is modular, so the memory requirement can be minimized. One can OSCam select only the modules you really need. Servers with little memory are grateful!
The selection is done before compilation. Since compiling the advanced users remains reserved, it is not addressed in this document. In streamboard there are detailed threads that deal with compiling. There can check the user interested.
Nevertheless, the modules are listet below so you can decide in the selection of binaries are published, which version fits.
The selected modules are documented here:
Webif support Webif with SSL support Dvbapi Gbox support Anticasc support ECM doublecheck Irdeto guessing Debug LED support Qboxhd-LED support Log history Monitor camd33 Camd35 UDP Camd35 TCP Newcamd Cccam Radegast Serial ConstCW Cardreader Nagra Irdeto Conax Cryptoworks Seca Viaccess Videoguard Dre Tongfang
Webinterface shows you these files.
The skript config.sh is an easy way
- to display of all existing and selected them
- Protocols and
- to change this selection and finally
- to backup for the next request of a build, if you compiled your own.
In the event that this script is not found or does not exist, there is a download Datei:Config.sh.rar
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