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RE: 4.0pl2, RH Linux 6.0, egcs-2.91.66
Well, I got the beta 2 and it works like a charm, picked up the WHFC client
for my windoze boxes and was off to the races on the outbound. I've got
some work to do on inbound, the stock config doens't seem to turn on the
auto answer of my usr-sportster (external) and I've got to see if that modem
supports distinctive ring; cause that will help a lot.
Since I saw someone with the exact same problem shortly after me, someone
really should put up a bulletin on the hylafax site for red hat folks.
Thanks for the direction!
From: Nico Kadel-Garcia [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Sunday, October 03, 1999 9:17 AM
To: Henry F. Marquardt
Subject: Re: flexfax: 4.0pl2, RH Linux 6.0, egcs-2.91.66
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On Fri, 1 Oct 1999, Henry F. Marquardt wrote:
> I've heard how great Hylafax is, but I'm having a devil of a time getting
> wo work. I'm not an idiot, but I'm not C++ engineer either. I first
> getting the rpm that comes with powertools to work, but it complained on
> startup of the daemon that faxgetty was nowhere to be found ... which it
> wasn't. So I figured that it was an RPM problem and I downloaded the
> tarball. Something must be going wrong somewhere because none of the
> executables are installed during the 'make install' phase; though some
> things are ... faxsetup is there (in fact it is what told me that
> didn't exist).
> Is there something common/stupid about my setup? BTW, I'm running an IBM
> PPro200 with 128mb as the hardware.
You *DEFINITELY* want the latest 4.1beta1: there are lots of subtle
changes in RedHat 6.0 that required tweaking the source. Go to
www.hylafax.org, and ftp://ftp.hylafax.org/
Senior Engineer, CIRL
Mass. Eye and Ear Infirmary
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