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Re: [hylafax-users] ODD
I think I have resolved the problem. ( A beginners fault).
I write to the list the resolution just in case it can be usefull to any
In file /var/spool/fax/etc/config.ttyS1
As I have to dial througth a pbx I have to dial 0 before.
I had in this file:
My problem was the @ for pause.
I removed the @ and the faxes started to enter in the fax machine.
----- Original Message -----
From: Jay R. Ashworth <email@example.com>
Sent: Thursday, September 07, 2000 3:54 PM
Subject: Re: [hylafax-users] ODD
> On Thursday, September 07, 2000, at 5:00:54 AM, Victor M. Moreno wrote:
> > I need some help.
> We specialize in that. ;-)
> > For more than a month I have been with success using
> > hylafax-4.1beta1-1rh6.i386.rpm with libtiff3.4 and with my home class2
> > at the office.
> > This new modem is an external 56K ACER.
> Rockwell/Conexant chipset?
> > I thought it would be a good idea to both:
> > use the new modem an upgrade libtiff3.5.5 and
> > hylafax-4.1beta2-6
> > During the installation have realised that the new modem is detected as
> > class1 (is this best? worse? );
> You'll get varying opinions on this; the Class-1 code, thanks to
> Dmitry and others, is *much* cleaner than it used to be... but doing
> all that work in the server offends my esthetic sensibilities; I'd
> rather just buy modems with *good* class-2 implementations (like the
> Multitech), and let the modem do it.
> But then, I'm dealing with commercial customers, whom I can tell "pay
> for this", and they will... ymmv.
> > everything looks fine, the jobs are sumitted and the modem start
> > The problem is that the destination fax machine does not detect an
> > call but a voice call.
> Sounds like HF is never telling the *modem* that it expects it to be a
> > What can I do?
> Well, you probably have a modem whose description doesn't appear in
> any of the config templates. Check out the config file archive at
> http://hyla.xtremeweb.de/cgi-bin/hyla/hylaeng.pl first, and see if
> there's a config file there for your modem. If so, get it, put it in
> the Right Place, and re-run faxaddmodem. If not, we'll have to figure
> out which one it needs, and appropriately modify that template so the
> ACER's are detected for it.
> > As I have the new version of hylafax, I am not quite sure where can
> > reside the problem. I presume I have to configure config.ttyS1 with
> > the right parameters for my modem, isnt't it?
> Roughly, but usually faxaddmodem will handle that stuff... *if* it
> finds the right template.
> -- jra
> Jay R. Ashworth
> Member of the Technical Staff
> The Suncoast Freenet
> Tampa Bay, Florida http://baylink.pitas.com +1 727 804
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