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It also enables the receiver to store digital copies of DVB transport streams on networked filesystems or broadcast the streams as IPTV to Video LAN clients.

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The Dreambox is a Linux-based DVB receiver with Conditional Access capabilities.

There are tuners available for satellite, terrestrial and cable digital television.

It is produced by the German company Dream Multimedia.

Its firmware is officially user-upgradable, since it is a Linux-based computer, as opposed to third-party "patching" of alternate receivers.

All units support Dream's own Dream Crypt conditional access (CA) system, with software-emulated CA Modules (CAMs) available for many alternate CA systems.

The Dreambox is very similar to the DBox2 units distributed by Kirch Media for its pay-TV services before its bankruptcy.

It uses the same Linux-based software originally developed for the DBox2.

The built-in Ethernet interface allows networked computers to access the recordings on the internal hard disks on some Dreambox models.

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