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    Guide to install MUltiCS on a VPS server

    Hi everyone!
    As I have received a few PMs about what I do to install MultiCS successfully, I would like to offer my own contribution to successful, simple and fool-proof installation of MultiCS.

    First of all, if you have decided that you want to rent a VPS server, choose a good hosting provider! Good providers are those that are the most responsive when you contact them for support. Ask their sales dept.to give you a test IP. Once you have that IP, ping it and see what response you have in your country. If you are happy with the ping reply and the prices, you can buy pretty safely.

    Of course, if you want low ECM time, avoid buying cheap USA VPS if you are based in Europe, as your ping will be very high and will indeed impact the quality of viewing you offer to your peers.

    Once you are satisfied with your hosting provider, choose a good package. Forget getting a good VPS for just $5, a decent VPS server that will give you a good troublefree experience should have about 2GB RAM and enough CPU power and bandwidth (even better if unlimited!) and is probably going to cost around $15-20/month.

    So, you have just received your VPS welcome mail... so, what's next?

    1) Install the operating system. My personal recommendation is Ubuntu 12.04. Choose 64bit if your VPS has at least 2GB RAM, 32 bit if less than that.

    2) Log in to VPS shell, using the password you have chosen or been given. The first commands you should enter are the following:

    apt-get update
    apt-get upgrade
    This will update and upgrade your system packages to the latest version. You should run both commands about once a week.

    3) Install the very handy text editor "nano". It's much simpler to use than "vi" and you install it like this:

    apt-get install nano
    4) Now, let's start to be security-conscious. First, change the SSH port from the standard port 22 to something "less standard". You do it this way.

    nano /etc/ssh/sshd_config
    5) in the document you see, scroll down to line 13, where you see "PORT". Change that number to anything you like. Remember that port number!!!!! Save the document in nano by pressing CTRL and X together. Type Y to save the file.

    6) Now, it's time to test your newly configured new SSH port. To do that, enter this commands, one after the other:

    stop ssh
    start ssh
    exit
    ssh [email protected] -p XYZ (where XYZ is the port you have chosen to edit at point 5) above
    7) Now, it's time to install MultiCS!!!!

    Download the release you wish to install (ie. r77) from this site, and unzip it on your desktop. If you have 64bit, you will need "multics.x64", if you have 32bit "multics.x32". Rename the file you need as "multics" only, with NO extension.

    8) Using any FTP client (such as FileZilla) create a connection profile of SFTP type (FTP over SSH), using your host as the server, the SSH port chosen at point 5), root as the user and the root password to connect. Navigate to /usr/local/bin and place your multics binary file in there. Still using FileZilla, give it permission 755.

    9) Now, still using the FTP client, move to /var/ and create a new directory in there. Call it "etc" and give it permission 755.

    10) Now, upload these files into that directory (you should find them easily here on this site):

    CCcam.channelinfo, CCcam.prio, CCcam.providers, baddcw.cfg, ip2country.csv, multics.cfg, multics.css, oscam.srvid, sid.list

    give all these files permission 755 too.

    11) Now, we need to edit our multics.cfg file that comes included in the r77 release.

    In particular, we need to pay attention to these areas:

    we add a line to the file to use the file baddcw.cfg that we uploaded earlier, in the "FILES" section:

    INCLUDE: "/var/etc/baddcw.cfg"

    We also make modifications here:

    ################################################## ########
    ## HTTP SERVER
    ################################################## ########

    HTTP PORT: 5500 ## HTTP server listening port, default: 5500.(0=disabled) >>> choose any port number you like and REMEMBER IT!!!

    ## web user/pass protection
    HTTP USER: admin >>> change it to the user name you wish
    HTTP PASS: admin >>>> change the password, use a SECURE ONE!!!!

    12) Now we are ready to include the profiles we want to share and receive from our peers. So, we need to edit this section here:


    #### FIRST PROFILE
    [CanalsatHD] # Profile name
    ------------
    CAID: 0100 # Caid
    PROVIDERS: 3311,3315,3317 # Providers list
    ONID: 31 # Operator Network ID (hex value)
    SID LIST: 20D2,20D3,20D4 # Accept ecm requests only for channels from sid list
    DENY SIDLIST: YES # Reject request for channels within sidlist (default=NO=accept)
    ECM LENGTH: 64 # Accept only request with ecm length = 0x64 (hex)
    DCW TIMEOUT : 3500 # delay after that if no cw returned from servers, multics would send decode failed to client
    DCW MAXFAILED: 10 # Maximum of successive decode failed returned from a card on a channel to block sending ecm requests to this card
    DCW CHECK: 1 # Check and filter wrong dcw for this profile if the client sending request has dcwcheck enabled (default=0)
    SERVER MAX: 0 # (dont use) max server to use for decoding one ecm request. (default=0,unlimited)
    SERVER FIRST: 2 # the number of servers to send ecm upon receiving request (default=0, one server)
    SERVER INTERVAL: 1000 # interval between sending ecm request to servers. first server will be requested at receiving ecm request from client, the second request will be done after "SERVER INTERVAL" has been elapsed and so ...
    SERVER TIMEOUT: 2500 # max time for selecting servers to decode one ecm request it must be greater than "SERVER INTERVAL"
    SERVER VALIDECMTIME: 2000 # Disable sending ecmrequest to cards with ecmtime greater than 2000ms (default=0,all card are accepted)
    RETRY NEWCAMD: 1 # Number of retries for newcamd servers (default=0(no retry);max=3)
    RETRY CCCAM: 5 # Number of retries for Cccam servers (default=0;max=10)
    DISABLE NEWCAMD: NO # Enable/Disable sending ecm requests to Newcamd servers (default=NO,enabled)
    DISABLE CCCAM: NO # Enable/Disable sending ecm requests to CCcam servers (default=NO,enabled)
    DISABLE RADEGAST: NO # Enable/Disable sending ecm requests to Radegast servers (default=NO,enabled)
    DISABLE CACHE: NO # Enable/Disable receiving dcw from cache (default=NO,enabled)
    ENABLE CACHEEX: YES # Enable/Disable receiving dcw from cacheex (default=NO,disabled)
    CACHEEX VALIDECMTIME: 1000 # Block sending dcw from local cache to cacheex if they have ecmtime greater than 1000ms
    ## Newcamd
    KEY: 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 # newcamd des key (optional, if not set default key is used)
    PORT: 5501 # if not set the value of the previous profile's port is taken +1 (default=8000)
    # newcamd clients
    USER: user1 pass1 # Newcamd client ( nline is like that "N: mydns.dns 5501 user1 pass1 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14" )
    USER: user2 pass2

    On this very same site, you find plenty of good profiles, ready to copy and paste. Select A UNIQUE PORT for each profile, usually a range of consecutive ports, such as: 6000, 6001, 6002, and so on.

    Once you have finished, it's time to launch MultiCS!!!

    13) From SSH shell, enter the following commands:

    cd /usr/local/bin
    ./multics -b
    You should see:

    Multi CardServer r77 - by evileyes (email:[email protected])
    Congratulations!!! MultiCS is up and running!!

    Now, access the web interface and continue configuring using your web browser, like this:

    zzz stands for the port you choose for the HTTP web server above.

    Happy sharing!!!!

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    good work bravo

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