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  # 610853 17-Apr-2012 22:21
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rickdry: Awesome you the man got 113 odd channels from that plus 35 radio on top!!!


The Sky ones are in red.


So what next ;g


If you need some help setting this up, drop me a line.  I've just gone through the aspects of setting up sky... Works great... APart from Soho HD is a bit intermittent with the subscription entitlement... I don't think I've fully got Oscam setup to autoupdate the entitlements!



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  # 610995 18-Apr-2012 09:18
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Thanks for the offers of help special thanks to CYaBro I have got it working so am very impressed now just need to tidy it up with logos and getting guide sorted.

Also had help from one or two others in this tread so thankyou.

Mediaportal really is the best htpc platform IMO.

Cheers Rick


 
 
 
 


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  # 626614 17-May-2012 01:55
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I hope I haven't stuffed up, but I purchased this card reader which will arrive soon.

http://www.buydvb.net/usb-smargo-smartcard-reader-plus_p26.html

I'm hoping to use this with Oscam etc for viewing Sky in MediaPortal.  Anyone know if this reader will work?

Someone said the reader needs to be Phoenix compatible which this one is, and went with it.  I should have investigated further and got the Omni one instead.




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  # 626689 17-May-2012 10:01
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everyone here uses the omnikey and it works they are not expensive

I would try it you will know pretty quickly if it works when you look in the oscam status page and see if the card says ok when inserted.

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