OpenPLi 6.1 Sim2 DM800SE image develop build

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OpenPLi 6.1 release
-Build from OpenPLi git source develop branch
-GCC 6.3.0
-Glibc 2.25
-GStreamer 1.12.4
-Python 2.7.13
-Some big binaries compressed with UPX (Ultimate Packer for eXecutables)
-Dedicated feed server

The box has about 8MB free after a virgin install, it's enough to run a softcam, and some other small plugins.
Plugins not installed in default image: ofgwrite, openssh-sftp en openssh-sftp-server and samba-base
Keep in mind the free space is limited and don't go wild on installing plugins.

See Releasenotes for more info.

OpenPLi-6.1-dm800se #ssl84d:

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hi all would this run on a sunray sr4 with a8p sim 2
thanks all
 

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a a8p sim is not from sim2, you can run original images when you box has an a8p sim.
What you can try is: flash this image and before you press reboot goto the flash webpage again and flash the original ssl84 on top. You can find the original ssl here: http://sources.dreamboxupdate.com/download/7020/secondstage-dm800se-84.nfi
I tested this on my own Sunray dm800se with tripple tuner and sim a8p inserted, it works fine !

Btw this also works for original dm800se boxes !
For original boxes you can also update to the latest (non patched) drivers, just telnet or ssh to your box and enter the following command:
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and reboot the box.
 

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>Btw this also works for original dm800se boxes !

does it mean A8P boxes also?
 

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For those of you with a SIM A8P box:

Flash this image and before you press reboot goto the flash webpage again and flash the original ssl84 on top. You can find the original ssl here: http://sources.dreamboxupdate.com/download/7020/secondstage-dm800se-84.nfi
I tested this on my own Sunray dm800se with tripple tuner and sim a8p inserted, it works fine !

For both a8p and original boxes you can also update to the latest (non patched) drivers, just telnet or ssh to your box and enter the following command:
Code:
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and reboot the box.

Btw this also works for original dm800se boxes !

[edit] I forgot the depmod -a, latest unpatched drivers also work on sim a8p boxes !
 

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Had image installed on dm800se but could not get mcgamd to run on it had to install ccam any idea why
 

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Yes I know where everything goes but would not clear just tried a back up with it installed and still won't clear
 

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I'm going to start from scratch tonight bud if you guide me to where I can get mcgamd softcam that works would be much appreciated
 

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Bud reflashed added plugin mover to give more memory installed the mcgamd ipk put line in var/keys/newcamd list restarted softcam still not clearing anymore ideas
 

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Post your mgcamd cfg var/keys is a symlink from usr/keys make sure your mgcamd.cfg and newcamd.list is in there.

Your line should be in this format

CWS = 192.168.1.1 20000 dummy dummy 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 lan server1
 
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# EMM messages
# 00 don't show any EMMs (default)
# 01 show only valid EMMs
# 02 show valid and bad EMMs with complete data display
M: { 01 }

# ECM messages
# 00 don't show anything about ecm
# 01 normal mode, show pids processed, decoded ecm and cw
# 02 verbose mode, show valid and bad ECMs with data
C: { 01 }

# AU
# 00 disable, no emm pids processed
# 01 enable, emm pids always processed for soft-au and shared cards
# 02 auto, emm started only if channel cant be decoded
# 03 process emm pids for network cards update only
A: { 02 }

# key update (sum 01 or 02 with 04)
# 01 update only new keys, default setting
# 02 update all keys (used for valid PMK checking)
# 04 enable TPS au
# + tps SID, which pmt pid contains au pid
U: { 01 } 0x12c0

# config files folder (softcam, autoroll, ignore/priority)
# 00 files in /var/keys
# 01 files in /tmp
T: { 00 }

# network mode, use summ for several clients
# 00 no network (default)
# 01 newcamd netclient
# 02 radegast netclient
# 04 camd3 netclient
# 08 gbox netclient
G: { 01 }

# network retry, use summ for several options
# 00 disable
# 01 retry every new ecm
# 02 try to connect to offline shares every Q: seconds
# 04 try to detect and fast reconnect to lost (and not used atm) server
# + XX messages number and YY seconds to reconnect
# mg will reconnect to server, if no answer to last XX ecm/keepalive or
# if no answer for last ecm or keepalive sent for YY seconds
# set to 0 to disable
N: { 07 } 5 30

# network ecm timeout in seconds
K: { 05 }

# newcamd dead routes connect retry, sec
Q: { 600 }

# network shares priority
# 00 gbox, newcamd, radegast, camd3 (default)
# 01 camd3, radegast, newcamd, gbox
# 02 newcamd, camd3, gbox, radegast
P: { 00 }

# on screen display type
# 00 No OSD (default)
# 01 neutrino
# 02 enigma
# 03 relook
# + user password for http auth
O: { 00 } username password

# on screen display Options, summ of:
# 01 show emu ecm
# 02 show network shares messages
# 04 show decoding failed / fta
# 08 show emm keys update
# + web port to use for osd
S: { 03 } 80

# Log option, summ of:
# 00 off
# 01 network udp log
# 02 log to console
# 04 file, appended ! delete it by yourself, before it eat all your hdd
# + IP udp-port log-file-name
L: { 03 } 172.16.1.1 28007 /tmp/mgcamd.log

# keep ecm cache, seconds
# every cache entry takes 28 bytes, so 24h cache will take *only* 240-400kb of memory,
# for openbox/elanvision users with remote shares make sense to set it higher than default value,
# to not hammer cards while timeshifting or playing crypted recordings.
E: { 15 }

# cache option, summ of:
# 00 Off (default)
# 01 Ecm pids cache, store pids used to decode in /tmp/ca_cache.list at exit, load at startup, same syntax as restore.list
# 02 Ecm data cache, remember CW for (E:) time
# 04 Emm cache for network cards, do not resend the same emm twice, cache not cleared until restart
H: { 07 }

# reread files, summ of:
# 00 No (default)
# 01 reread config file on channel change (including priority and ignore, but not replace/cache)
# 02 reread SoftCam.Key on channel change
# 04 reread SoftCam.Key if file changed
R: { 00 }

# debug, summ of
# 00 off (default)
# 01 debug ecm
# 02 debug emm
# 04 debug network ecm
# 08 debug network emm
# 16 debug network login
# 32 show mem/cpu stats every 1 min
# 64 add timestamp to log messages
D: { 00 }

# box type
# 00 autodetect, change only if you think wrong type detected.
# 01 dbox2
# 02 dreambox
# 03 triple-dragon
# 04 relook
# 05 openbox
B: { 00 }
e i config
 
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