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  • How to install Oscam on VPS

    Hello Body
    Recently I acquired cheap VPS at MisterHost.de. They offer cheap VPS packages and are suitable for running OScam. My other suggestions would be colorhost.de (has lower upload speeds though) and contabo.de (prices are from 9.99EUR here). Installing OScam on VPS is an easy task and here is how you do it.

    EDIT: I also tested EDIS.at and I can say this VPS is even better than MisterHost.de. It offers higher upload speeds for same price and upload is very important, especially if you are using OScam with its cache-ex function!
    First you need to compile OScam. I suggest you compile it using Simplebuild script. Please check my Simplebuild article here on my blog. Simplebuild will also automatically install all missing packages that are needed for successful compile.
    After compiling OScam for you VPS, you need to put oscam executable file to /usr/local/bin folder on your VPS server. Use 0755 permissions for this file. Then you need to put oscam configuration files to /usr/local/etc folder. You need oscam.user, oscam.conf and oscam.server. Just create empty files with these names and upload them to /usr/local/etc folder. One setting is very important in oscam.user and that is httpallowed! You should set this to: httpallowed = IPOFYOURCOMPUTER (NOT LOCAL NETWORK IP!!)
    Now you need to run oscam with this command: ./oscam -b
    OScam should be running now. You wont be able to connect to WebIf right away. For this you need to enter this in oscam.conf file:
    [webif]
    httpport = 16002
    httpuser = root
    httppwd = ***
    httprefresh = 10
    httpallowed = WAN IP of your computer (use website whatismyip.com)
    If you want that OScam starts automatically with system boot, then I suggest that you install Webmin which is free software for maintaining Linux servers. If you decide to use Debian on VPS (as I did), then follow this tutorial to install Webmin on Debian: http://www.webmin.com/deb.html. If you decide to use Ubuntu 12.04, please check tutorial on TheWebPrograms blog where you will get all information about how to install Webmin in Ubuntu 12.04!
    After installation you will be able to enter webmin with this link: YOURVPSIP:10000
    Before entering this link, you need to alter one setting in file miniserv.conf which is located in /etc/webmin/ folder. Open that file and change setting ssl=1 to ssl=0. Save it and enter this command in telnet: service webmin restart. Webmin will restart and remote access to Webmin should be working now. Easy
    For automatic start of OScam, just visit Cronjob section of Webmin and create new cronjob. Use these settings:
    Execute cron job as: root
    Command: /usr/local/bin/oscam -b
    Want to execute …: When system boots
    Save it and OScam will now start with system boot. I think I covered all aspects of installing OScam on VPS. If you have any additional questions or you think that I missed something, please add a comment! Thanks for reading my blog.
    ADDITION:
    Thanks to the commenter, I will also explain how to run two or more OScams at the same time. Its not that hard, you will see.Here is what you need to know:
    1. You need to have two OScam executable files in /usr/local/bin folder. First one should be named “oscam1″, second one should be named “oscam2″!
    2. Now you need to create alternate configuration files folder for your second OScam (oscam2).I recommend that you use name “secondoscam”. End result should look like this: /usr/local/etc/secondoscam/
    3. Now go to /usr/local/bin and execute this command in telnet:
    ./oscam1 -b -c /usr/local/etc/
    and
    ./oscam2 -b -c /usr/local/etc/secondoscam/
    4. Edit your oscam.conf files in a way that every OScam will run with different WebIf ports, so you will be able to access them!
    5. If you want that OScams start automatically with system start, please use Webmin and its Cronjob function. Here is one exemple what you need tu use under “Command:” option:
    Command: /usr/local/bin/oscam1 -b -c /usr/local/etc/



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    great job thank you very much for that !

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