Petri Helin wrote: > Klaus Schmidinger wrote: >... >> Please set the CA parameter of these channels to 0 (FTA) and tune to >> them again. >> VDR should automatically insert the correct CA values then. >> >>> From the HISTORY: >> >> - Ca values in the range 0...F in channels.conf can still be used to >> assign a channel >> to a particular device, but this will no longer work with encrypted >> channels because >> without valid CA ids VDR can't decide which CAM slot to use. >> However, since VDR now >> automatically determines which CAM can decrypt which channel, >> setting fixed >> channel/device relations should no longer be necessary. >> >> >> Klaus >> > > Oh, should have read that HISTORY more carefully, though it still not > clear to me, after reading that part of HISTORY, that i should change > the channels.conf file. Maybe that could be impressed in a way that > would make it clear, even for me?
Ok, will do. > But anyway, now it works, though only for one channel at time as stated > in the vdr's log. Is that a hardware specific restriction? Your CAM doesn't respond to the QUERY that VDR sends to it. So VDR can't ask the CAM whether it is able to decrypt a certain channel (in addition to others it is already decrypting). So it's a hard-/firmware restriction of your CAM. The only CAM I have here that actually can decrypt more than one channel is the Alphacrypt with firmware revision 3.09. Greetings Klaus _______________________________________________ vdr mailing list email@example.com http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr