Changeset 1614


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Timestamp:
02/19/10 11:00:55 (11 years ago)
Author:
merek
Message:

Merge from UMP r1722

Location:
trunk/Distribution/doc
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  • trunk/Distribution/doc/man/oscam.server.5

    r1574 r1614  
    262262Dreambox and other internal readers
    263263
    264 For Dreambox and other internal readers the highest possible
    265 clockrate will be auto detected. The \fBmhz\fR parameter will be ignored.
     264For Dreambox and other internal readers the highest possible clockrate will be
     265auto detected. The \fBmhz\fR parameter lets you override the values chosen by
     266OSCam, if it differs from 357 and 358, but usually you will not set any value
     267for mhz.
     268
     269For certain Dreamboxes (especially PPC clones) the default mhz parameter leads
     270to slow ECM times and/or "not found" ECMs. By setting \fBmhz\fR to values like
     271200, 300, 400, ... 1600 you can find a value that works for your receiver and
     272your card. The higher the \fBmhz\fR value, the slower the ECM time (strange enough).
     273
     274If you choose the value too low, your card is not recognized (no ATR or "card
     275not supported"). If you choose the value too high, you get slow ECM times. Our
     276experience is that either no \fBmhz\fR line, or a line \fBmhz\fR = 1000 works
     277best.
    266278.TP 3n
    267279\(bu
  • trunk/Distribution/doc/txt/oscam.server.txt

    r1574 r1614  
    197197
    198198      For  Dreambox  and  other  internal  readers  the  highest  possible
    199       clockrate  will be auto detected. The mhz parameter will be ignored.
     199      clockrate will be auto detected. The mhz parameter lets you override
     200      the values chosen by OSCam, if it differs from 357 and 358, but usu
     201      ally you will not set any value for mhz.
     202
     203      For  certain  Dreamboxes  (especially  PPC  clones)  the default mhz
     204      parameter leads to slow ECM times and/or "not found" ECMs.  By  set
     205      ting mhz to values like 200, 300, 400, ... 1600 you can find a value
     206      that works for your receiver and  your  card.  The  higher  the  mhz
     207      value, the slower the ECM time (strange enough).
     208
     209      If you choose the value too low, your card is not recognized (no ATR
     210      or "card not supported"). If you choose the value too high, you  get
     211      slow ECM times. Our experience is that either no mhz line, or a line
     212      mhz = 1000 works best.
    200213
    201214     Phoenix / Smartmouse reader
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