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Re: [hylafax-users] setting up smbfax fax queue:
Do not even bother with the smbfax utility - I worked on it for a week and
never got it running correctly - it is littered with errors.
When I finally hunted down all but the last problem, I emailed the developer
and was ignored.
Try the sambafax utility as described on the HylaFAX site - very simple.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Joe W. Guy, Jr." <email@example.com>
Sent: Wednesday, June 26, 2002 3:11 PM
Subject: [hylafax-users] setting up smbfax fax queue:
> Greetings, I'm trying to set up a fax queue in Red Hat Linux using
> printconf-tui. I looked at the smbfax HOWTO but it didn't make sense as
> my distro. The readme says to put a entry in my smb.conf file like this:
> comment = OTC Fax Printer
> path = /tmp
> lpq command = /usr/local/smbfax/smbfax show
> lprm command = /usr/local/smbfax/smbfax dequeue %j
> print command = /usr/local/smbfax/smbfax -r queue %u %s
> queuepause command = /bin/true
> queueresume command = /bin/true
> postscript = true
> browseable = yes
> printable = yes
> writable = no
> create mode = 0700
> printing = lprng
> But, my distro doesn't look like that. I'm running samba-2.2.1a-4 on RH
> Seems that I can't put printer entries directly into the smb.conf file
> because it's looking for a file called printcap. Well, when I vi the
> printcap, I get a warning:
> # DO NOT EDIT! MANUAL CHANGES WILL BE LOST!
> # This file is autogenerated by printconf-backend during lpd init.
> # Hand edited changes can be put in /etc/printcap.local, and will be
> Well, when I use printconf-tui this is what the entry in printcap looks
> I'm really confused now. The two do not even look the same. Any
> suggestions out there on how to set up smbfax with this version of RH and
> smb? Thanks!!!
> Joe W. Guy, Jr.
> Information Systems Manager
> MCP, A+, Network+
> AMH Credit Union
> 205.556.8860 Ext.304
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