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    Question The best replacement of cccam emu for cardsharing

    Like you know most of newer version of cccam have backdoor. Ver 2.0.11 for sure has no backdoor. Today i see list of many cccam severs that are listed from this way.

    So give me exsamples to change cccam emu for cardsharing. I try with oscam but oscam with over of 30 c lines is unstable.

    I think gbox protocol and emu is closer to cccam. I search protocol that will exchange many cards with one line. Do this emu`s or multicam are stable and durable like cccam ?

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    Re: The best replacement of cccam emu for cardsharing

    I reckon Oscam..... it's a new emu and developing really well for it's age even 6 month ago it was not good as it is right now

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    Re: The best replacement of cccam emu for cardsharing

    Please tell us after which version oscam is stable for up to 30 c lines exchange ?

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    Re: The best replacement of cccam emu for cardsharing

    I'm using build 6122 and for me and it's solid rock!!!
    but never tried 30 lines
    I've been trying different versions from mpcs days.... and yes I agree not stable at all
    the most problem it takes resouses for it to be stable.... (and luck with the build :) )
    maybe I'm just lucky with that build..... but for now I just love it...
    besides a lot depends not only on oscam itself.... but the linux environment your are running it on..... for Example it's simply no go for the STB's.... CPU and memory usage is just too high..... you need a pc for it to be stable....

    second you need to have all needed drivers and libraries for your set up.....
    and the last but most important compile the Oscam yourself not to use ready binaries.
    and then it really makes the difference

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