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Manual Reference Pages  -  OSCAM (1)

NAME

OSCam - SC server

CONTENTS

Descriptions
Options
Signals

DESCRIPTIONS

The OSCam software is an open source multi-protocol/multi-platform SC server.

Please check the compile options for included features in the binary.

OSCam supports the following protocols:
o newcamd with cascading/remote server ECM support
o camd 3.3x TCP
o camd camd 3.5x / 3.57x UDP with cascading/remote server ECM support, ECM and EMM support with size > 256 bytes
o camd 3.78x TCP with cascading/remote server ECM support, ECM and EMM support with size > 256 bytes
o CCcam with cascading/remote server ECM support, ECM and EMM support with size > 256 bytes
o DVB API with multi tuner and PIP support
o gbox with cascading/remote server ECM support
o serial (HSIC, SSSP, BOMBA, DSR 9500)
o radegast
OSCam works on the following platforms:
o
  Linux (Tuxbox, ARM, MIPS, MIPSel, SH-4, PowerPC, ...)
o Windows (based on cygwin1.dll)
o Mac OS X

OPTIONS

-a|--crash-dump

write oscam.crash on segfault (needs installed GDB and OSCam compiled with debug infos -ggdb)

-b|--daemon

starts in background, writing oscam.version with starttime and version info in temporary directory

-B|--pidfile <filename>

set PID file, overrides pidfile of oscam.conf, default:none

-c|--config-dir <directory>

read configuration from <directory>, default:see CS_CONFDIR in globals.h, while starting OSCam prints warnings on invalid keywords, comment lines start with # character.

Autodiscover of the following directories will be done:

o /etc/tuxbox/config
o /etc/tuxbox/config/oscam
o /config/oscam
o /usr/keys
o /var/etc
o /var/etc/oscam
o /var/keys
o /var/oscam
o /var/tuxbox/config

-d|--debug <level>

debug level mask:

0 = no debugging (default)
2 = ATR parsing info, ECM dumps, CW dumps
4 = traffic from/to the reader
8 = traffic from/to the clients
16 = traffic to the reader-device on IFD layer
32 = traffic to the reader-device on I/O layer
64 = EMM logging
128 = DVBAPI logging
256 = load balancing logging
512 = cache exchange logging
1024 = client ECM logging
2048 = CSP logging
4096 = CWC logging
65535 = debug all

-g|--gcollect <mode>

garbage collector debug mode, default:none:

1 = immediate free
2 = check for double frees

-h|--help

usage

-I|--syslog-ident <ident>

set syslog ident, default:oscam

-p|--pending-ecm <number>

maximum number of pending ECM packets, default:32, maximum:255

-r|--restart <level>

restart level:

0 = disabled, restart request sets exit status to 99
1 = restart activated, web interface can restart oscam (default)
2 = like 1, but also restart on segmentation faults

-S|--show-sensitive

do not filter sensitive info (card serial numbers) in the logs

-s|--capture-segfaults

capture segmentation faults

-t|--temp-dir <directory>

use <directory> for temporary data, default:temporary directory of OS

-u|--utf8

enable output of web interface in UTF-8 charset

-V|--build-info

show OSCam version info

-w|--wait <seconds>

time waiting for system time to be set correctly

SIGNALS

SIGHUP

reinit user db, readers, TIERs, services, clients and anti-cascading, for newcamd connections: after reloading the ident, please restart newcamd client

SIGUSR1

shift debug level to next level (see debug level mask above)

SIGUSR2

get reader SC info

SEE ALSO

list_smargo(1), oscam.ac(5), oscam.cacheex(5), oscam.cert(5), oscam.conf(5), oscam.dvbapi(5), oscam.fakecws(5), oscam.guess(5), oscam.ird(5), oscam.provid(5), oscam.ratelimit(5), oscam.server(5), oscam.services(5), oscam.srvid(5), oscam.srvid2(5), oscam.tiers(5), oscam.user(5), oscam.whitelist(5)
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