The CCcam config directory in OpenATV is /usr/keys/ rather than /etc/ that you are used to in vix.Hi Ten Below, I tried Open ATV yesterday. Got all configured, as 'WE' both liked it apart from the Cccam. I should have asked the question, "How do I configure Cccam in ATV Image", silly me. Of course I have gone back to Open Vix and have to download all the plugins/skins etc; that I want. Armed with this tutorial which is great help for me, I will once again try Open ATV. I will let you know how I get on, in the ATV section.
Thanks again Ten, here goes.
Purpelicious by Fraggle should work on OpenATV buddy.Very much appreciated DD, I am now chuffed with ATV as before when I have tried it the Cccam I could not configure. Now with TB's and your great help I am running the latest version of ATV, with Cccam working a treat. Now just have find a skin that the wife likes. She liked Purpelicious by Fraggle, but of course that was for Vix. Another thing has happened, DOH! The PC Monitor has blown and all the windows to my PC room, spare bedroom, Stinks, that burnt out silicon/capacitor smell, well it is 5 years old. More expense.
Thanks again guys, and I "baggsy" this old guy as my writing companion.
OpenATV does not use the default CCcam config directory, put your CCcam.cfg to /usr/keys instead.Hi
I've flashed openATV 5.3 and used the very good instructions from Ten Below to install CCcam 2.3.0. But it didin't work and besides I can't see my cfg files unless I copy them in /etc.
And when copied every time I try to choose one of the cfg files , the receiver (solo2) restarts.
It is a very disappointing situation, and I'm very great full for any help.
Many thanks in advance.
I've copied the cfg file first in /usr/keys but it still didn't work, and as mentioned above I can't see (and choose different config files by "CCcaminfo"plugin) if they aren't in /etc folder.OpenATV does not use the default CCcam config directory, put your CCcam.cfg to /usr/keys instead.
I have not tried ATV 5.3 yet but installing the files manually should work.I've copied the cfg file first in /usr/keys but it still didn't work, and as mentioned above I can't see (and choose different config files by "CCcaminfo"plugin) if they aren't in /etc folder.
could it be because I've used the CCcam file from openATV feed ?
And if yes which file should I use?
Thanks again for your quick response.
Hi ,I have not tried ATV 5.3 yet but installing the files manually should work.
Send the file CCcam_2.3.0.emu to /etc (chmod 755)
Send the file CCcam_2.3.0 to /usr/bin (chmod 755)
CCcam.cfg goes to /usr/keys
later,..but that "working sealion",what does it mean?Unless you modified the Cam script your CCcam.cfg file needs to sit in:
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