[linux-dvb] Scrambled/encrypted dvb-t channels under linux with a CI CAM?
michel at verbraak.org
Sun Oct 5 12:30:31 CEST 2008
Jelle de Jong schreef:
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> Hello everybody,
> I am searching for some solutions to be able to watch
> scrambled/encrypted dvb-t channels on Linux systems.
> I don't know what my options are..., but I found this wiki page:
> The situation is that I have separate usb enabled dvb-t devices that do
> all work for non scrambled channels.
> I would like to be able to add an usb device that makes it possible to
> also watch the scrambled channels, I don't know if this is possible.
> What is the exact function of a CAM? Does it decrypt date realtime or
> does it give out some special key that an other application can use?
> I do have a usb smartcard reader that I use for gnupg encryption
> systems. Are there possibility to use this device with an cable-provider
> Any information is appreciated,
> Thank in advance,
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do a search for "sasc-ng" in google. You should be able to use your usb
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