Most of the satellite CCcam receiver boxes need CCcam.cfg file with your CCcam lines on it in order to work properly. Usually users ask their providers for a cfg file not knowing they can create it themselves. Doing this is pretty much easy and you only need to have your CCcam lines to put in it.
First, create a simple text document. Put your CCcam lines in it. Make sure your Lines have the correct format according to your box. Note: usual format of CCcam lines is C: server port user pass Now from the top left side of your text document click File > Save As .... At the bottom there is a section called "Save As Type", change it to "All Files". Then from the top of it in "File Name" write CCcam.cfg and save it. Note: remember it`s vital that the first two C`s be in Caps Letters. Thats it, your CCcam.cfg file is ready to be used.
For transferring the CCcam.cfg file into your VU+ SOLO or DUO, you need to use a FTP client. we suggest DCC!
Now, you just need to transfer the CCcam.cfg file into the /var/etc/ folder. Note: If you already have a CCcam.cfg file in that location, simply right click the file and click edit to put your C-lines in it and save the file.