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[hylafax-users] Mac OS X Problem Solved
By changing the flow control setting in the configuration file to
'rtscts', I can now send and receive faxes using the apple internal modem
as a class 2 modem under Mac OS 10.1.5.
I am not using 10.2 (Jaguar), the target customer is not running it
either, I will upgrade after I finish testing because I need it to work
with both versions.
>On Mon, Sep 23, 2002 at 11:30:34AM -0400, cbain wrote:
>> I am attempting to port Hylafax to Mac OS X 10.1.5.
>You are so our hero. :-) [ looks below ] You're a release or so out
>of date, though...
>> I have configured it as a class 2 modem. I am sending a low res fax from
>> a Panasonic fax machine. The receive log I get is shown below. If I set
>> the error tolerance lower, Hylafax rejects the fax and the sending fax
>> machine hangs up giving an error. An ideas as to what may be causing this
>> problem ? Help would be greatly appreciated:
>Hmmm... I dunno: do Mac's still have that "you can have hardware flow
>control *or* carrier detect, but not both" silliness on the serial
>ports? This sounds like flowcontrol.
>Use class 1, though, if you can. It's much classier than most vendor's
>class 2 firmware, these days -- all hail the Gang.
>Jay R. Ashworth
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