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Well, first of he didn't even install the man pages..
As for versions, installed on the old machine is hylafax-v4.0pl0. We have yet to
install to the new machine. Im not sure when this will happen. The OS is Solaris
5.5.1 on the old machine, and 5.7 (7) on the new machines. Both are Intel x86
All i can see on the modem is its a USRobotics Courier 33.6/28.8.. Its stashed
in the rack fairly deep and i cant get to it very well. The system is a mess and
trying to find things on it takes days...
There isn't much rush on this but i work every (other) day.. So i dont get too
much time to work at it. Thanks again!
Quoting "Jay R. Ashworth" <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> On Monday, August 21, 2000, at 1:56:58 PM, darkskull wrote:
> > Hello, Im not sure if this is the best place to post this but its the
> only place
> > I can find.
> Yup; this was a good place. :-)
> > I work for an ISP in Minnesota. Im doing some work on a customers
> > server and he happens to run HylaFAX. Its one of the main services on
> > system. I was not the administrator who setup this program and there
> fore i know
> > very little about it. My job is only to move his system from one
> computer to
> > another.
> Ah; the dreaded "I just inherited the machine" problem. Do this
> daily; understand how you feel.
> > Im not positive what im asking for. Ive tried reading threw the FAQ's,
> the HTML
> > pages on the server, and the HylaFAX website, but i still havn't found
> what i
> > need. Im trying to figure out how this program runs and where the
> > files (if any) are located. Is there a hylafax.conf of some sort?
> $ man hylafax
> You'll get a decent overview from that.
> > Also, how does this program run? Is there a user interface somewhere?
> And if i
> > were to move this to another system, how diffacult will a resetup be?
> Any help
> > is much appreciated. Im just trying to find the bottom ground off this
> Much depends on the various version numbers of things. To give you a
> bit more informed answer on this, I'll need to know the OS and version
> for both machines, and the release of HylaFAX. It will also be useful
> to know the makes, models and firmware releases of the modems
> involved, and have a feel for how it's running now.
> Based on the answers to those questions, we'll probably ask you some
> more. :-)
> > If this is not the place to be asking this please point me in the
> > direction. Thank you for your help.
> Nope; this'll do just fine. I've carboned you on this reply, but if
> you haven't already *subscrbed* to hylafax-users, please do.
> -- jr 'love the adddress, btw... :-)' a
> Jay R. Ashworth
> Member of the Technical Staff
> The Suncoast Freenet
> Tampa Bay, Florida http://baylink.pitas.com +1 727
> 804 5015
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