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my current setup is a hauppauge solo hd usb tuner connected to my pc (ubuntu) running off a virgin line. I have scanned for channels and found the ones i want.
However, i am struggling to decrypt them under the 'CAs' setting. the nline is in the form 'server port username password 01 02 03 04 05...
I have an active vm broadband line with a splitter to connect to the tv box aswell.
I have cancelled the tv package.
My question is - do I need to be paying for some form of tv package so the nline can be used on a dvb-c receiver?
In other words is just having a broadband package enough?
First up can I just say you all do a sterling job. Have got so much useful information from here for a complete newbie like me so thanks so much for that. :thumbsup:
Just wanted to ask a question regarding lines. I can see the request thread and what people are asking for and it's...
i was using a N-line on me zgemma hs2 but channels not working any more (due to run out in Sept). I have tried a new C-line but still no joy still the same issue.
I have a amiko in the other room and this too switched of at the same time. This to was a separate N-line but from the same...
I'm looking for service and user setup instructions. Have a Samsung Smart TV with the Smart IPTV app downloaded.
I also have a Zgemma Box - H2S with Sat install (n line) using Openvix.
Please advise which works best with your service.
Prices and Playlists please.
With the potential for Sky to go completely dark, is there a full guide anywhere for what's available via a motorized dish? My search was unsuccessful...
Ultimately I only really want Sky for the live sports. The solution needs to be wife-friendly, so IPTV isn't ideal (no epg).