Install CCcam Server on Ubuntu/Debian/Centos PC (updated 2019)

Today i am sharing how to install cccam server on any linux server. This method is tested on below operating systems and found no error or any issue:

Tested Operating systems:

  1. Ubuntu 12.04 to 18.04 (x32/x64)
  2. Debian 7 & 8 (x32/x64)
  3. CentOS 7 & 8 (x32/x64)

Requirements:

  1. Any Computer PC/Laptop (Pentium 4 and above preferred)
  2. Ubuntu 12,13,14,16 or 18.04 (x86/amd 64bit)
  3. Putty
  4. Winscp/Filezilla
  5. CCcam files (Click here to download)

Tutorial:

Let us assume you have static ip on your system and you have successfully installed any of the above linux server operating system on your machine (PC).

Log in to your server machine by using Winscp or filezilla as root user.

On left hand side browse to the directory from where you have downloaded cccam files from above.

On right hand side go to your root directory and open tmp folder. drag and drop from left hand side all files to right side in tmp folder.

Now Access your server as a root user by using putty and Run these commands step by step:

sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get upgrade

Use “yum” for Centos in place of “sudo”.

These commands will update all your operating system’s repositories.

Now create necessary directories for cccam server using putty. Run this command to create directory for cccam files:

mkdir /var/etc
mkdir /var/cccamlog

Now move cccam files to it’s correct directory by using below command:

mv /tmp/CCcam-x64 CCcam-x64
mv /tmp/CCcam.channelinfo /var/etc
mv /tmp/CCcam.providers /var/etc
mv /tmp/CCcam.prio /var/etc
mv /tmp/CCcam.cfg /var/etc/

Grant all these files full read/write permission by using below commands:

chmod 755 /usr/local/bin/ CCcam-x64
chmod 755 /var/etc/ CCcam.channelinfo
chmod 755 /var/etc/ CCcam.providers
chmod 755 /var/etc/ CCcam.prio
chmod 755 /var/etc/ CCcam.cfg

Now open winscp and go to the directory /usr/local/bin and rename “CCcam-x64” to “CCcam”.

Congratulation you have now successfully installed cccam server on your linux based operating system. in order to access your cccam server via webif page, type in address bar of browser your server ip and cccam webif port like below
serverip:cccamport
e.g 192.168.1.100:16001
Username: admin
Password: admin

default username & password of cccam server is “admin”. Default port of cccam server is “16001” you can also change these up to your choice by editing cfg file located in /var/etc/cccam.cfg.

Conclusion:

Now you have cccam server installed with it’s default configurations. if you need any help or want to know anything else, feel free to write in comments.

AJKTV CCcam Admin

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