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Re: [hylafax-users] help!!
Jay R. Ashworth wrote:
> On Mon, Mar 19, 2001 at 02:03:27PM +1000, Ken Cole wrote:
> > Jay R. Ashworth wrote:
> > > On Mon, Mar 19, 2001 at 09:18:57AM +0800, email@example.com wrote:
> > > > Sorry, I remove the libtiff( rpm -e libtiff) before.
> > > > But because many applications depanded on the libtiff.so.3
> > > > so it can't remove!!
> > > > I have uninstall libtiff (rpm -uvh libtiff-3.5.5-2.i386.rpm),
> > > > but some error happen,it can't uninstall!!
> > >
> > > Apologies; I meant to carbon my last reply to the list.
> > > This gent has the same problem I had once: trying to install libtiff
> > > conflicts with libtiff-devel. Did we find a solution to that?
> > Since everyone here has been such a hugh help to me in
> > getting HylaFAX working, and it is now that I convinced the
> > PTB to get a good server and not much around with add-on PCI
> > serial cards.
> > When installing the latest 4.1beta3 I too had to upgrade the
> > libtiff and got conflicts with libtiif-devel. The answer I
> > found was to do the upgrade of libtiff-devel first:
> > rpm -U libtiff-devel....
> > then do the normal libtiff:
> > rpm -U libtiff-3.5.5.....
> > Then do the HylaFax install. In my case a new install.
> > rpm -i hylafax.....
> > and then I did the Hylafax docs.
> > All installed nicely and is working wonderfully with WHFC.
> Capital; I was hoping that your install would work out.
Yes, its going very well. About 27 work stations all
sending faxes @ last count. I can see I am going to have to
investigate multiple modems soon to cater for the load.
> Now we'll see
> if we can get that reportlab idea going.
I am ready, able and willing when ever you are.
> I'm gonna *have* to go buy a
> boat; maybe the solitude will give me enough piece and quiet to do some
I would be too engrossed in the fishing, at least round
> Note, BTW, that the Reportlab site has new news of a commercial product
> from that company which should do roughly what I'd planned; forget what
> it's called.
I will check it out.
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