Tag: debian

systemd script for OSCam

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OSCam as it stands uses the old sysinit (/etc/init.d/oscam) script to control its daemon. I wanted to leverage a bit of functionality within systemd, the ability to automatically start a crashed process, so decided to convert the “old” init.d script

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Building the closed source TBS DVB drivers for Ubuntu/Debian

This is a brief guide on how to download, compile and install the closed TBS drivers for Debian derivative linux distributions. These drivers are released by the manufacturer and contain closed source/proprietary code. We have a separate guide catering for

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Cross-compiling TVHeadend for Raspberry Pi

This guide details how to set up a chroot environment to enable you to build TVHeadend for Raspberry Pi (which uses the arm architecture) on an x86_64 Debian distribution. Setting up the chroot A chroot is essentially an installation of

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