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Re: [hylafax-users] Hylafax installation problems.
I use Debian, which has a slightly different file system. I would
suspect that RH Fedora counts as a system V OS. To start the server
daemons, I have to run
RedHat 9's file system puts those startup scripts in a slightly
different directory, but if memory serves they still wind up in /etc,
somewhere, perhaps it was /etc/rc.d/?. I'm not sure. I assume the same
applies to Fedora.
I'd recommend that you google on hylafax gui client and see what that
might turn up.
On Tue, 20 Apr 2004 00:41:53 +0200
"Erik P. Olsen" <erik@xxxxxx> wrote:
> Please accept my apologies if these problems have been delt with in
> the archive or FAQ. I have searched but haven't found anything.
> I have (finally) installed hylafax according to the HowTo
> instructions, it seems to have gone smooth so far. However, in item
> 2.2.5 of this HowTo it says"On BSD-init (non SysV-init) systems, ...".
> I have installed on an ordinary Fedora Core 1, what sort of system is
> that? Furthermore on item 2.2.7 the instructions call for executing:
> "/usr/local/sbin/hylafax start". There is no hylafax in this directory
> on my system, I can't actually find any "hylafax" program or script on
> the system. If the instructions are correct what have gone wrong? If
> not, what should they be instead?
> An additional question, does hylafax include a gui client program or
> should I get that from somewhere else? I expect such client to be able
> to get the input from various sources and particularly from a scanner.
> Any recommendations?
> Thanks in advance,
> Erik P. Olsen
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