On Sunday 03 August 2008 10:24, Michael Watterson wrote:
> The credit card sized card or phone Sim (fitted in a creditcard sized
> holder) with chip and various pads is ISO7880? Anyway a simple device
> will let you connect serial port to such a card.
Thanks! My PC actually has a serial port so this should be easy. But which
reader devices are supported on Linux? And where should I look for a Linux
(But my biggest and most urgent question is still what DVB-S cards available
in Ireland are supported by Linux drivers.)
> SoftCAM is quite legal if used with legitimate viewing card for only the
> pay channels you subscribed to.
If I have cards for two channels/packages, do I have to have two readers or
snap cards in/out?
Also - a complete noob question indeed - how do I buy these cards for
satellites other than Sky, i.e. Hotbird?
Yours, Mikhail Ramendik
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