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    Tv vlaanderen freezes even with my local card (running cccam)

    Hello,
    I have a dreambox 800HD under cccam (tried all versions) and a limited number of peers (7).
    my local card is tv vlaanderen and this has been working fine for a long time.

    since a couple of months almost every day the channels on tv vlaanderen are freezing after a varying number of hours. (that happens even with my mocal card active) ?
    I know that that tv vlaanderen (and the dutch) have changed something which generates these freezes.

    I have not found any solution for this... and I am hoping that a more experienced user could help me solve this problem.

    (note: I can read/write in English, Dutch or French)

    Thx in advance for helping me solving this

    Daniel

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    Re: Tv vlaanderen freezes even with my local card (running cccam)

    Install the last CCcam 2.3.0

    Edit your file /var/etc/CCcam.cfg

    And Add this

    Code:
    SID LIMIT: /dev/sci0 4 11
    SID LIMIT: /dev/sci1 4 11
    And your problem will be fixed !
    Cheers !

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