<div style="margin-left:40px"> Oscam/Cccam commands:
Update cccam.cfg file?
ftp updated cccam.cfg file to /var/config then run command below:
Code:
/var/script/configupdate.sh
Stop CCcam:
This assumes your cccam binary is named "CCcam.x86_64" check its name in /usr/local/bin and replace "CCcam.x86_64" with the name that exists.
Code:
sudo killall -9 CCcam.x86_64
Start CCcam:
This assumes your cccam binary is named "CCcam.x86_64" check its name in /usr/local/bin and replace "CCcam.x86_64" with the name that exists.
Code:
sudo CCcam.x86_64 -b
Stop oscam:
Code:
sudo killall -9 oscam
Start oscam:
Code:
sudo oscam -b
Log file:
Code:
tail -f /var/log/oscam.log
Edit oscam.server:
Code:
sudo pico /usr/local/etc/oscam.server
Edit oscam.user:
Code:
sudo pico /usr/local/etc/oscam.user
Edit oscam.conf:
Code:
sudo pico /usr/local/etc/oscam.conf
Update CCcam Channel Info
Code:
wget -O /var/etc/CCcam.channelinfo http://tinyurl.com/csmcu44
Update CCcam Providers
Code:
wget -O /var/etc/CCcam.providers http://tinyurl.com/cgo8ogc
Clean oscam/cccam Log Files
Code:
/var/script/LogCleanup.sh

Ubuntu System Commands

Power Commands
Shutdown computer
Code:
sudo poweroff
of
Code:
sudo shutdown -h now
reboot computer
Code:
sudo reboot
or
Code:
sudo shutdown -r 0
Network Configuration
Open network configuration file
Code:
sudo nano /etc/network/interfaces
Restart the network:
Code:
sudo /etc/init.d/networking restart
Change Timezone
The easiest way to do this is to reconfigure the tzdata package
Code:
sudo dpkg-reconfigure tzdata
Updates
Get update software list, enter:
Code:
sudo apt-get update
Update software(s) i.e. apply updates:
Code:
sudo apt-get upgrade
Apply kernel upgrade:
Code:
sudo apt-get dist-upgrade
Upgrade individual software packages command:
Code:
sudo apt-get install name-of-package
Ping
Code:
ping -c3 www.google.ie
Speedtest
To simply test your internet Speed, enter:
Code:
wget -O/dev/null speedtest.pixelwolf.ch
Clean
To clear the cache you can use either the clean or the auto-clean op for a command-line program called apt-get. The clean command will remove every single cached item, while the auto-clean command only removes cached items that can no longer be downloaded (these items are often unnecessary).
Code:
sudo apt-get clean
To remove packages that were automatically installed to satisfy dependencies for other package and that are no longer needed.
Code:
sudo apt-get autoremove
After installing anything with apt-get install, localepurge will remove all translation files and translated man pages in languages you cannot read.
Code:
sudo apt-get install localepurge

If you want to configure localepurge you need to edit
Code:
sudo pico /etc/locale.nopurge


List Devices attached:
Code:
sudo lsusb
Checking open ports on Ubuntu
Code:
netstat -anltp | grep "LISTEN"
Enable root account
Code:
sudo passwd root
Chmod for a folder and all of its subfolders and files
Code:
sudo chmod 755 -R /whatever/your/directory/is
Dynamic DNS updater (ddclient)
To install ddclient:
Code:
sudo apt-get install ddclient
To reconfigure ddclient installation:
Code:
dpkg-reconfigure ddclient
View Log Files
General log messages
Code:
more /var/log/messages
System boot log
Code:
more /var/log/boot
Debugging log messages
Code:
more /var/log/debug
User login and authentication logs
Code:
more /var/log/auth.log
Running services such as squid, ntpd and others log message to this file
Code:
more /var/log/daemon.log
Linux kernel ring buffer log
Code:
more /var/log/dmesg
All binary package log includes package installation and other information
Code:
more /var/log/dpkg.log
User failed login log file
Code:
more /var/log/faillog
Kernel log file
Code:
more /var/log/kern.log
MySQL server log file
Code:
more /var/log/mysql.*
All userlevel logs
Code:
more /var/log/user.log
Apache web server log files directory
Code:
more /var/log/apache2/*
fsck command log
Code:
more /var/log/fsck/*
Application crash report / log file
Code:
more /var/log/apport.log