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[hylafax-users] Still can't send...

On 4 Apr 2003 at 22:56, Frank Peters wrote:

> However, you may want to convert a PostScript file directly to
> TIFF using ghostscript, which is what ps2fax does, and then
> manually submit the TIFF file to sendfax.

I've now manually converted a postscript file as well as one
received fax from /recv... the files look ok so far, submitting
them with sendfax returns no error.
But again they show up in the queue as being of zero length, and
I get "No assignable modem located" in daemon.log -- what now?

After all, I can receive and faxstat tells me that the modem
is "running and idle". What mechanism determines wether a modem
is assignable?

Are the faxes chopped down to zero lenght because there's no way
to get them sent -- or does faxq refuse to assign a zero job to
any modem?


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