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Re: [hylafax-users] Trouble with Postscript
At 04:35 PM 2/12/01 +1100, David Uzzell wrote:
> I am having trouble with Postscript with bot changing the Coverpage
>and Recieving faxes.
>I have the latest Curret as of 01/10/01 and installed on Redhat 7.0
>I have it all up and working sending faxes and the Samba client working
>and the Fax-gw working Great.
>But when it comes to Changing the Coverpage thats a problem, I know it's
>everyones problem but I can't even get a .ps file without the logo. I
>don't want big changes juts no logo would be great for this point. I
>have followed make-faxcover instructions using tgif and printing it and
>then using the script to convert it and it just errors out with the
>Your facsimile job to 85693382 was not sent because document conversion
>to facsimile failed. The output from the converter program was:
>%%[ Error: undefined; OffendingCommand: IS ]%%
>GNU Ghostscript: Unrecoverable error, exit code 1
>/bin/cat: write error: Broken pipe
>I don't know if this is something specfic or could it be to do with
>RH7.0 being so recent. Has anyone any ideas?
>With recieving of faxes I get the email and every thing but it says
>Could not open recvq/fax00003.tif; either not TIFF or corrupted.
>CommID: c00000021 (ftp://xxxxxxx.com.au:4559/log/c00000021)
>I have even tried to open the Tiff file on its own to no avail. Can
>someone point me in the correct direction to solve this problem as well.
>Great Fax server LOVE it now I have it mostly working.
The HOWTO will soon be altered to read:
You can manually follow the procedure used by make_faxcover with good
success. First, you need to generate a simple Postscript or EPS document.
In *NIXes you can use tgif. In Windows you can generate a simple Postscript
document from any text editor such as Microsoft Word by configuring a new
printer on the system using the Apple Laserwriter driver printing to a
file. Make sure that in the driver properties under the "Postscript"
options the EPS or portable option is used. Create your document first, but
using easily-found markers (such as "XXXX-to") to identify your intended
dynamic (variable) fields. Then, print your document to a file using the
newly installed printer driver. Using an ASCII text editor, edit the
created Postscript file, changing marked sections into Postscript
variables, usually by removing the marker and the accompanying parenthesis.
For example, changing "(XXXX-from) SH" into "from SH". See faxcover(1) for
an exact list of available faxcover variables. A sample BreakIntoLines
routine can be seen at:
http://www.hylafax.org/archive/2000-12/msg00090.php. For 4.1beta2 users,
please review Bug 81.
The failure of make_faxcover is directly related to Bug 81. Please read it.
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