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CCcam 2.2.1.tbz2: The Ultimate Guide for Cardsharing Enthusiasts




If you are looking for a way to share your pay TV cards with other devices on your network, you might have heard of CCcam, a popular cardsharing protocol that allows you to decrypt and watch encrypted channels using a single smart card. In this article, we will explain what CCcam is, how it works, and how to install and configure it on your Linux-based satellite receiver.


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What is CCcam?




CCcam is a software application that runs on a Linux-based device, such as a satellite receiver or a computer, and acts as a server for cardsharing. Cardsharing is a method of sharing access to pay TV channels using a single smart card that is inserted into the device running CCcam. The device then communicates with other devices on the same network or over the internet, and sends them the decrypted codes to access the channels that the smart card is subscribed to. This way, you can watch pay TV channels on multiple devices without having to buy multiple smart cards.


How does CCcam work?




CCcam works by using a protocol called Newcamd, which is designed for exchanging encrypted data between servers and clients. CCcam acts as both a server and a client, depending on whether it is receiving or sending data. When CCcam receives data from a smart card reader, it decrypts it using the keys stored in the card, and then sends it to other devices that are connected to it as clients. When CCcam receives data from another server, it encrypts it using the keys stored in the card, and then sends it to the smart card reader for decoding.


CCcam uses a configuration file called CCcam.cfg, which contains the settings and parameters for the server and the client modes. The file also contains information about the smart card reader, the network interface, the port number, the username and password, and the peers (other servers or clients) that CCcam connects to. The file can be edited manually or using a graphical user interface (GUI) tool.


How to install and configure CCcam?




The installation and configuration of CCcam depends on the type of device and operating system that you are using. In general, you will need to download the CCcam binary file that matches your device's architecture and operating system, and then copy it to the appropriate directory on your device. You will also need to download or create a CCcam.cfg file that contains your settings and preferences, and then copy it to the same directory as the binary file.


For example, if you are using a Linux-based satellite receiver that supports Enigma 2 (a software platform for digital video broadcasting), you can follow these steps:


  • Download the CCcam 2.2.1.tbz2 file from [here], which is compatible with Enigma 2.



  • Copy the file to /tmp/ directory on your receiver using FTP (File Transfer Protocol) or USB (Universal Serial Bus).



  • Install the file manually using the blue button on your remote control.



  • Download or create a CCcam.cfg file that contains your settings and preferences.



  • Copy the file to /etc/ directory on your receiver using FTP or USB.



  • Restart your receiver or restart CCcam from the blue panel.



You can find more detailed instructions and tutorials for different devices and operating systems on various online forums and websites dedicated to satellite TV and cardsharing.


Conclusion




CCcam is a powerful and popular cardsharing protocol that allows you to share your pay TV cards with other devices on your network or over the internet. It works by using a smart card reader and a configuration file that contains your settings and parameters. You can install and configure CCcam on various Linux-based devices, such as satellite receivers or computers, by downloading the appropriate binary file and editing the configuration file according to your needs.


If you are interested in learning more about CCcam and cardsharing, you can visit some of the online resources listed below:


  • [Linux Satellite Support Community]: A forum where you can find information, guides, downloads, and support for various Linux-based satellite receivers and software applications.



  • [Sat Universe]: A forum where you can find information, guides, downloads, and support for various satellite receivers and software applications.



  • [Oscam Wiki]: A wiki where you can find information, guides, downloads, and support for Oscam, a cardsharing server that is compatible with CCcam.



  • [KingOfSat]: A website where you can find information, frequencies, and channels for various satellites and providers.





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