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Re: Forget the Phase B (code 20) error.. What about this:

Yeah, it nets too many results, some of it not helpful, mispelled, or
wrong, IIRC.

The answer for me was inserting:


in the parameters for the $PS command at the end of ps2fax.

Is there any good reason this isn't already in there, at least commented
out?  Does it ever hurt anything?

Alan Sparks wrote:
> I'll take this one...
> The mailing list archive at http://www.hylafax.org/archive/ is your friend.
> Search for "does not support width" nets a lot of results, including:
> http://www.hylafax.org/archive/1998-09/msg00172.php
> Which should answer your question.
> -Alan
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Glen Batchelor <webmaster@allspec.com>
> To: flexfax@sgi.com <flexfax@sgi.com>
> Date: Wednesday, February 09, 2000 10:37 AM
> Subject: flexfax: Forget the Phase B (code 20) error.. What about this:
> >
> >       I changed from Class 2.0 to 1 on the USR Sportster 33.6K. It
> >works, but dies saying that the
> >remote host can only accept a page width up to 1728 pixels, document
> >size is 1734. I've tried
> >several document sizes in the printer driver, yet it produces 1734
> >regardless. Any ideas on how to
> >change the tiff size that's produced? I think it'll work if I can get
> >this fixed. The remote fax is a
> >Canon LaserClass 9000 with G3 support. I'm running 4.0 pl2 on Red Hat
> >Linux 5.2. I installed from
> >precompiled Linux binaries.
> >
> >       Thanks,
> >
> >             Ryengoth
> >

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