EmudragX86 is a program similar to Emubox but the communication is done by Radegast or Newcamd. The objective is to share your CCcam running on a linux machine with your PC cards on windows for example. It supports up to 4 simultaneous clients. It has been tested with Acamd and DVBViewer. Its also possible to use it to share CCcam locally without loosing hops, for example, if you have a linux machine running CCcam you can share it with dreamboxes or pc cards. Irdeto encryption doesn't work. ***, N@gra3, Seca (some providers at least) have been tested succesfully. This version won't run on a Dreambox, there is a version for that but it needs to be improved. How to install: -Extract the files to your pc -Copy what's in Acamd folder to your plugins folder (ProgDVB, DVBViewer) and configure the servers in cardclient.conf or -Configure your current plugin (it needs to support Radegast or Newcamd) to access your linux machine -Copy whats in linux folder to your linux machine. It can go to any folder. If you want you can use your current CCcam file, just copy the other files to your CCcam folder. In this case you have to edit run_linux and change CCcam.X86 to your CCcam file name -chmod 777 emudragX86 -chmod 777 run_linux -chmod 777 CCcam.X86 -edit emudrag.ini to configure the server #Server Newcamd server=newcamd|caid1@port1,caid2@port2,...,caidx@portx|user|pass|deskey; server=radegast|port; Examples: server=newcamd|1802@9000,1810@9001,0100@9002|user|dummy|0102030405060708091011121314; server=radegast|8000; Newcamd servers don't have CAID limit, so you can set up as many you want For multiple CAIDs the Radegast connection is the best, as it doesn't need 1 port per CAID.