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8: if channel still doesnt clear, reboot box and router by unplugging both from power and plugging back in (router first) 9: if you cant see this option go to network and press 0000 or 6666 or 8888 or 2778 this should bring up hiden menu.10: for those who didnt create a on their usb, you can add it manually..İmportant note 1: the subscribers could choose either CCcam or MGcamd, but not both at the same time.Important note 2: the subscribers having double tuners could either watch or record with his subscription plan, yet cannot both record and watch at the same time with one single subscription plan.They can also be read from the Blue Panel, Cam Settings, ALL cam, Update.Therefore, no need to worry if an EMU is not listed in the Blue Panel.We shall now look at the scripts that start and stop CCcam.The script procedure changes according to the image in use.

INFOFILE="ecm.info" This is the file where the current ECM are saved case "

INFOFILE="ecm.info" This is the file where the current ECM are saved case "$1" This is where the start/stop script begins The start/stop setting is read at the start of the script start) echo "[SCRIPT] $1: $CAMNAME" /var/bin/CCcam -v ;; start) is the value of the setting, and will start the following script ECHO "(script) $1: # $$CAMNAME" This is simply displaying the script name, the setting value and the name of the CAM /var/bin/CCcam – v Cccam is now started; in the example the –v (verbose) setting is used ;; End of the start script stop) echo "[SCRIPT] $1: $CAMNAME" killall CCcam ;; stop) This is the setting value and the following script will be launched ECHO "(script) $1:" # $$CAMNAME"- killall CCcam the EMU stops ;; End of the script *) $0 stop exit 1 ;; esac%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%CCcam Tutorial - Some more infos of how to 11If, in addition to CCcam, you want to start New CS, then you must add it.

This is an example of what the client webinfo server page looks like.

The top section displays information about the clients who have been active during the past 20 seconds, as well as the amount of ECM received.

First save the CCcam file on an USB pen drive/USB stick.

Don´t forget - you can not use an external hard drive, don´t try it, it will not work.

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INFOFILE="ecm.info" This is the file where the current ECM are saved case "$1" This is where the start/stop script begins The start/stop setting is read at the start of the script start) echo "[SCRIPT] $1: $CAMNAME" /var/bin/CCcam -v ;; start) is the value of the setting, and will start the following script ECHO "(script) $1: # $$CAMNAME" This is simply displaying the script name, the setting value and the name of the CAM /var/bin/CCcam – v Cccam is now started; in the example the –v (verbose) setting is used ;; End of the start script stop) echo "[SCRIPT] $1: $CAMNAME" killall CCcam ;; stop) This is the setting value and the following script will be launched ECHO "(script) $1:" # $$CAMNAME"- killall CCcam the EMU stops ;; End of the script *) $0 stop exit 1 ;; esac%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%CCcam Tutorial - Some more infos of how to 11If, in addition to CCcam, you want to start New CS, then you must add it.This is an example of what the client webinfo server page looks like.The top section displays information about the clients who have been active during the past 20 seconds, as well as the amount of ECM received.First save the CCcam file on an USB pen drive/USB stick.Don´t forget - you can not use an external hard drive, don´t try it, it will not work.

" This is where the start/stop script begins The start/stop setting is read at the start of the script start) echo "[SCRIPT]

INFOFILE="ecm.info" This is the file where the current ECM are saved case "$1" This is where the start/stop script begins The start/stop setting is read at the start of the script start) echo "[SCRIPT] $1: $CAMNAME" /var/bin/CCcam -v ;; start) is the value of the setting, and will start the following script ECHO "(script) $1: # $$CAMNAME" This is simply displaying the script name, the setting value and the name of the CAM /var/bin/CCcam – v Cccam is now started; in the example the –v (verbose) setting is used ;; End of the start script stop) echo "[SCRIPT] $1: $CAMNAME" killall CCcam ;; stop) This is the setting value and the following script will be launched ECHO "(script) $1:" # $$CAMNAME"- killall CCcam the EMU stops ;; End of the script *) $0 stop exit 1 ;; esac%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%CCcam Tutorial - Some more infos of how to 11If, in addition to CCcam, you want to start New CS, then you must add it.

This is an example of what the client webinfo server page looks like.

The top section displays information about the clients who have been active during the past 20 seconds, as well as the amount of ECM received.

First save the CCcam file on an USB pen drive/USB stick.

Don´t forget - you can not use an external hard drive, don´t try it, it will not work.

||

INFOFILE="ecm.info" This is the file where the current ECM are saved case "$1" This is where the start/stop script begins The start/stop setting is read at the start of the script start) echo "[SCRIPT] $1: $CAMNAME" /var/bin/CCcam -v ;; start) is the value of the setting, and will start the following script ECHO "(script) $1: # $$CAMNAME" This is simply displaying the script name, the setting value and the name of the CAM /var/bin/CCcam – v Cccam is now started; in the example the –v (verbose) setting is used ;; End of the start script stop) echo "[SCRIPT] $1: $CAMNAME" killall CCcam ;; stop) This is the setting value and the following script will be launched ECHO "(script) $1:" # $$CAMNAME"- killall CCcam the EMU stops ;; End of the script *) $0 stop exit 1 ;; esac%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%CCcam Tutorial - Some more infos of how to 11If, in addition to CCcam, you want to start New CS, then you must add it.This is an example of what the client webinfo server page looks like.The top section displays information about the clients who have been active during the past 20 seconds, as well as the amount of ECM received.First save the CCcam file on an USB pen drive/USB stick.Don´t forget - you can not use an external hard drive, don´t try it, it will not work.

: $CAMNAME" /var/bin/CCcam -v ;; start) is the value of the setting, and will start the following script ECHO "(script)

INFOFILE="ecm.info" This is the file where the current ECM are saved case "$1" This is where the start/stop script begins The start/stop setting is read at the start of the script start) echo "[SCRIPT] $1: $CAMNAME" /var/bin/CCcam -v ;; start) is the value of the setting, and will start the following script ECHO "(script) $1: # $$CAMNAME" This is simply displaying the script name, the setting value and the name of the CAM /var/bin/CCcam – v Cccam is now started; in the example the –v (verbose) setting is used ;; End of the start script stop) echo "[SCRIPT] $1: $CAMNAME" killall CCcam ;; stop) This is the setting value and the following script will be launched ECHO "(script) $1:" # $$CAMNAME"- killall CCcam the EMU stops ;; End of the script *) $0 stop exit 1 ;; esac%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%CCcam Tutorial - Some more infos of how to 11If, in addition to CCcam, you want to start New CS, then you must add it.

This is an example of what the client webinfo server page looks like.

The top section displays information about the clients who have been active during the past 20 seconds, as well as the amount of ECM received.

First save the CCcam file on an USB pen drive/USB stick.

Don´t forget - you can not use an external hard drive, don´t try it, it will not work.

||

INFOFILE="ecm.info" This is the file where the current ECM are saved case "$1" This is where the start/stop script begins The start/stop setting is read at the start of the script start) echo "[SCRIPT] $1: $CAMNAME" /var/bin/CCcam -v ;; start) is the value of the setting, and will start the following script ECHO "(script) $1: # $$CAMNAME" This is simply displaying the script name, the setting value and the name of the CAM /var/bin/CCcam – v Cccam is now started; in the example the –v (verbose) setting is used ;; End of the start script stop) echo "[SCRIPT] $1: $CAMNAME" killall CCcam ;; stop) This is the setting value and the following script will be launched ECHO "(script) $1:" # $$CAMNAME"- killall CCcam the EMU stops ;; End of the script *) $0 stop exit 1 ;; esac%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%CCcam Tutorial - Some more infos of how to 11If, in addition to CCcam, you want to start New CS, then you must add it.This is an example of what the client webinfo server page looks like.The top section displays information about the clients who have been active during the past 20 seconds, as well as the amount of ECM received.First save the CCcam file on an USB pen drive/USB stick.Don´t forget - you can not use an external hard drive, don´t try it, it will not work.

: # $$CAMNAME" This is simply displaying the script name, the setting value and the name of the CAM /var/bin/CCcam – v Cccam is now started; in the example the –v (verbose) setting is used ;; End of the start script stop) echo "[SCRIPT]

INFOFILE="ecm.info" This is the file where the current ECM are saved case "$1" This is where the start/stop script begins The start/stop setting is read at the start of the script start) echo "[SCRIPT] $1: $CAMNAME" /var/bin/CCcam -v ;; start) is the value of the setting, and will start the following script ECHO "(script) $1: # $$CAMNAME" This is simply displaying the script name, the setting value and the name of the CAM /var/bin/CCcam – v Cccam is now started; in the example the –v (verbose) setting is used ;; End of the start script stop) echo "[SCRIPT] $1: $CAMNAME" killall CCcam ;; stop) This is the setting value and the following script will be launched ECHO "(script) $1:" # $$CAMNAME"- killall CCcam the EMU stops ;; End of the script *) $0 stop exit 1 ;; esac%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%CCcam Tutorial - Some more infos of how to 11If, in addition to CCcam, you want to start New CS, then you must add it.

This is an example of what the client webinfo server page looks like.

The top section displays information about the clients who have been active during the past 20 seconds, as well as the amount of ECM received.

First save the CCcam file on an USB pen drive/USB stick.

Don´t forget - you can not use an external hard drive, don´t try it, it will not work.

||

INFOFILE="ecm.info" This is the file where the current ECM are saved case "$1" This is where the start/stop script begins The start/stop setting is read at the start of the script start) echo "[SCRIPT] $1: $CAMNAME" /var/bin/CCcam -v ;; start) is the value of the setting, and will start the following script ECHO "(script) $1: # $$CAMNAME" This is simply displaying the script name, the setting value and the name of the CAM /var/bin/CCcam – v Cccam is now started; in the example the –v (verbose) setting is used ;; End of the start script stop) echo "[SCRIPT] $1: $CAMNAME" killall CCcam ;; stop) This is the setting value and the following script will be launched ECHO "(script) $1:" # $$CAMNAME"- killall CCcam the EMU stops ;; End of the script *) $0 stop exit 1 ;; esac%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%CCcam Tutorial - Some more infos of how to 11If, in addition to CCcam, you want to start New CS, then you must add it.This is an example of what the client webinfo server page looks like.The top section displays information about the clients who have been active during the past 20 seconds, as well as the amount of ECM received.First save the CCcam file on an USB pen drive/USB stick.Don´t forget - you can not use an external hard drive, don´t try it, it will not work.

: $CAMNAME" killall CCcam ;; stop) This is the setting value and the following script will be launched ECHO "(script)

INFOFILE="ecm.info" This is the file where the current ECM are saved case "$1" This is where the start/stop script begins The start/stop setting is read at the start of the script start) echo "[SCRIPT] $1: $CAMNAME" /var/bin/CCcam -v ;; start) is the value of the setting, and will start the following script ECHO "(script) $1: # $$CAMNAME" This is simply displaying the script name, the setting value and the name of the CAM /var/bin/CCcam – v Cccam is now started; in the example the –v (verbose) setting is used ;; End of the start script stop) echo "[SCRIPT] $1: $CAMNAME" killall CCcam ;; stop) This is the setting value and the following script will be launched ECHO "(script) $1:" # $$CAMNAME"- killall CCcam the EMU stops ;; End of the script *) $0 stop exit 1 ;; esac%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%CCcam Tutorial - Some more infos of how to 11If, in addition to CCcam, you want to start New CS, then you must add it.

This is an example of what the client webinfo server page looks like.

The top section displays information about the clients who have been active during the past 20 seconds, as well as the amount of ECM received.

First save the CCcam file on an USB pen drive/USB stick.

Don´t forget - you can not use an external hard drive, don´t try it, it will not work.

||

INFOFILE="ecm.info" This is the file where the current ECM are saved case "$1" This is where the start/stop script begins The start/stop setting is read at the start of the script start) echo "[SCRIPT] $1: $CAMNAME" /var/bin/CCcam -v ;; start) is the value of the setting, and will start the following script ECHO "(script) $1: # $$CAMNAME" This is simply displaying the script name, the setting value and the name of the CAM /var/bin/CCcam – v Cccam is now started; in the example the –v (verbose) setting is used ;; End of the start script stop) echo "[SCRIPT] $1: $CAMNAME" killall CCcam ;; stop) This is the setting value and the following script will be launched ECHO "(script) $1:" # $$CAMNAME"- killall CCcam the EMU stops ;; End of the script *) $0 stop exit 1 ;; esac%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%CCcam Tutorial - Some more infos of how to 11If, in addition to CCcam, you want to start New CS, then you must add it.This is an example of what the client webinfo server page looks like.The top section displays information about the clients who have been active during the past 20 seconds, as well as the amount of ECM received.First save the CCcam file on an USB pen drive/USB stick.Don´t forget - you can not use an external hard drive, don´t try it, it will not work.

:" # $$CAMNAME"- killall CCcam the EMU stops ;; End of the script *) [[

INFOFILE="ecm.info" This is the file where the current ECM are saved case "$1" This is where the start/stop script begins The start/stop setting is read at the start of the script start) echo "[SCRIPT] $1: $CAMNAME" /var/bin/CCcam -v ;; start) is the value of the setting, and will start the following script ECHO "(script) $1: # $$CAMNAME" This is simply displaying the script name, the setting value and the name of the CAM /var/bin/CCcam – v Cccam is now started; in the example the –v (verbose) setting is used ;; End of the start script stop) echo "[SCRIPT] $1: $CAMNAME" killall CCcam ;; stop) This is the setting value and the following script will be launched ECHO "(script) $1:" # $$CAMNAME"- killall CCcam the EMU stops ;; End of the script *) $0 stop exit 1 ;; esac%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%CCcam Tutorial - Some more infos of how to 11If, in addition to CCcam, you want to start New CS, then you must add it.

This is an example of what the client webinfo server page looks like.

The top section displays information about the clients who have been active during the past 20 seconds, as well as the amount of ECM received.

First save the CCcam file on an USB pen drive/USB stick.

Don´t forget - you can not use an external hard drive, don´t try it, it will not work.

||

INFOFILE="ecm.info" This is the file where the current ECM are saved case "$1" This is where the start/stop script begins The start/stop setting is read at the start of the script start) echo "[SCRIPT] $1: $CAMNAME" /var/bin/CCcam -v ;; start) is the value of the setting, and will start the following script ECHO "(script) $1: # $$CAMNAME" This is simply displaying the script name, the setting value and the name of the CAM /var/bin/CCcam – v Cccam is now started; in the example the –v (verbose) setting is used ;; End of the start script stop) echo "[SCRIPT] $1: $CAMNAME" killall CCcam ;; stop) This is the setting value and the following script will be launched ECHO "(script) $1:" # $$CAMNAME"- killall CCcam the EMU stops ;; End of the script *) $0 stop exit 1 ;; esac%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%CCcam Tutorial - Some more infos of how to 11If, in addition to CCcam, you want to start New CS, then you must add it.This is an example of what the client webinfo server page looks like.The top section displays information about the clients who have been active during the past 20 seconds, as well as the amount of ECM received.First save the CCcam file on an USB pen drive/USB stick.Don´t forget - you can not use an external hard drive, don´t try it, it will not work.

]] stop exit 1 ;; esac%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%CCcam Tutorial - Some more infos of how to 11If, in addition to CCcam, you want to start New CS, then you must add it.

This is an example of what the client webinfo server page looks like.

The top section displays information about the clients who have been active during the past 20 seconds, as well as the amount of ECM received.

First save the CCcam file on an USB pen drive/USB stick.

Don´t forget - you can not use an external hard drive, don´t try it, it will not work.

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