[linux-dvb] [ANNOUNCE] CA_ZAP

Allan Stirling Dibblahdvb0042 at pendor.org
Wed Jun 22 23:15:11 CEST 2005


Manu Abraham wrote:

>
> ca_zap has been checked into the CVS, for the impatient .. For ca_zap to
> work you would require the latest version of the dvb-kernel too as there
> were some more changes/code simplifications that went in ..
>
> It is an initial checkin so don't have too high an expectation.. but
> let's see how it goes..
>

Once again, apologies for the direct mail. I'm going to stop doing that. 
For the rest of the list:

Great! I'm trying this, but I'm probably misunderstanding something.

I have a Dragon CAM acting as a straight CAM for a (legal) NDS
Videoguard card. This works fine in Windows.

"BBC 1 Yorks" is unencrypted, "Sky One" is encrypted with NDS.

I get nothing out of pvr0 using:
./ca_zap  -a 3 -c /root/channels.conf -n "BBC 1 Yorks" -t sat
Using Adpater=[/dev/dvb/adapter3]
Frontend=[/dev/dvb/adapter3/frontend0]
Demux=[/dev/dvb/adapter3/demux0]
Slot=[/dev/dvb/adapter3/ca0]
Parsing /root/channels.conf
Satellite frontend
parse_sat_channel_list: Channel=[BBC 1 Yorks], Frequency=[10788],
Satellite=[0], Symbol Rate=[22000], Video=[2324], Audio=[2325],
Service=[10304]
Service ID=[10304]
parse_pat: ----------------->parse PAT section
parse_pat: PAT => Section Length=[41], TS ID=[10600]
parse_si: PAT: Close Demux /dev/dvb/adapter3/demux0

Same with the following:
./ca_zap  -a 3 -c /root/channels.conf -n "Sky One" -t sat
Using Adpater=[/dev/dvb/adapter3]
Frontend=[/dev/dvb/adapter3/frontend0]
Demux=[/dev/dvb/adapter3/demux0]
Slot=[/dev/dvb/adapter3/ca0]
Parsing /root/channels.conf
Satellite frontend
parse_sat_channel_list: Channel=[Sky One], Frequency=[12285],
Satellite=[0], Symbol Rate=[27500], Video=[513], Audio=[641], Service=[4703]
Service ID=[4703]
parse_pat: ----------------->parse PAT section
parse_pat: PAT => Section Length=[41], TS ID=[10600]
parse_si: PAT: Close Demux /dev/dvb/adapter3/demux0

Strace shows that demux0 is being reopened, but no data comes out of it.

Any ideas where to look?

Cheers,

Allan.





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