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Re: [hylafax-users] Help!! Can not initialize modem
By default ModemFlowControl is already rtscts, i'd also
try xonxoff, but still getting the same error message (Can not
I'm new to all the AT command, and have no confidence to
change the tags value. Can some one guide me from here? or
direct me to any site that have this kind of information.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Pedro Rocadas" <email@example.com>
To: "Seok See Wai (Rachel)" <firstname.lastname@example.org>;
Sent: Thursday, April 24, 2003 5:59 PM
Subject: Re: [hylafax-users] Help!! Can not initialize modem
> Ummm, it's not my field but in your config.ttyS0 file,
> what values has the tag ModemFlowControl: ? Try
> xonxoff or rtsct considering your case.
> If the change don't solve your problem, you may then
> try other approachs like using this tags (for more
> information consult man hylafax-config)
> But we must becarefull when using this tags :-).
> --- "Seok See Wai (Rachel)" <email@example.com>
> > Hi everyone!!
> > I have a RedHat 8.0 installed with
> > hylafax-4.1.5-1rh8.i386.rpm, and it is
> > connected to my extermal 56kpbs modem (Aztech
> > EM-3900U) on /dev/ttyS0.
> > I used it to receive fax only. It works but after
> > receiving 2-3 faxes, the
> > /var/log/messages show "Can not initialize modem",
> > the TR light on modem
> > will be off for about 1 or 2 minutes. If people fax
> > in at this time, the modem will not
> > pick up, it just keep ringing. BUT, after 1 or 2
> > minutes, when the TR indicator light
> > return, the hylafax back in work. This happen every
> > 2-3 fax received, which is quite
> > frequent.
> > Anyone out there having/had this kind of problem as
> > well?? Thanks in advance for
> > helps!!
> > Rachel Seok
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