Opened 12 years ago

Closed 12 years ago

Last modified 12 years ago

#290 closed defect (invalid)

problems with smargo and sky s/a02

Reported by: friendlyuser Owned by:
Priority: major Component:
Severity: medium Keywords:
Cc: Sensitive: no

Description

get allways unsupported error with smargo ans sky a02 card

2010/01/03 6:27:30 8243 r02 failed to read 7401 cmd length (00 a8)
2010/01/03 6:27:30 8243 r02 card system not supported
2010/01/03 6:27:30 8243 r02 card initializing error

with seriel reader no problem, and any other cards @3,57mhz with smargo no problem

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Change History (6)

by friendlyuser, 12 years ago

Attachment: log.txt added

comment:1 by landlord, 12 years ago

Resolution: invalid
Status: newclosed

Again and again: please show us your hardware- und software configuration.

comment:2 by landlord, 12 years ago

hint: Smargo+ and S02 is a well known and working configuration.

comment:3 by friendlyuser, 12 years ago

Resolution: invalid
Status: closedreopened

[smargo from argolis]
Mode : Fixed
Frequency : 6,00
Kernel : Normal
T- Mode : 1
EGT : 0

[reader]
Label = sky
Protocol = mouse
Device = /dev/ttyUSB0
Detect = CD
MHz = 600
CardMHz = 600
CAID = 1702
EMMCache = 1,3,2
Fallback = 0
Group = 1

@ubuntu 9.10 i686 and voyage @ alixboard

other users have the same troubles

comment:4 by landlord, 12 years ago

Resolution: invalid
Status: reopenedclosed

The mhz and cardmhz settings are not necessary for Smargo readers.
Please ask in the forum. Thanks.

comment:5 by szepter, 12 years ago

I must add some information to this ticket as the information stated by landlord is not fully true.

The OSCam configuration for my Smargo and Sky S02 card indeed does not require these settings.

I had to apply the Smargo-patch to the source in order to use my HD+ card. This configuration also requires me to set the Smargo to 3.69 MHz and add the "cardmhz = 357" and "mhz = 357" options to the configuration section. I am also required to set the Kernel mode to "Dreambox" otherwise the ATR is doubled at the second byte and truncated somewhere before the actual end.

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