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Re: [hylafax-users] attachments are zero bytes - problem with ubuntu / debian packages?
Giuseppe Sacco wrote:
Il giorno lun, 01/10/2007 alle 10.57 -0400, marthter ha scritto:Thanks for the quick replies everyone!
Now for a real contranewbie question (having used Linux for years I'm
used to non-package-manager setup, and/or .rpms that I fetch manually
including dependencies, and for some programs like hylafax I usually
from source .tar.gz. I'm actually better with that than all this fancy
apt-get stuff! - serves me right for trying to go the "simpler" way on
How do I tell apt-get to get something later than what it thinks is the
I know there is a tab to specify what repositories to use in the
synaptic GUI and I probably have to change this to let it use "testing"
versions. But I don't really want my whole system to go to the bleeding
edge of every testing package, just the hylafax-server package.
Any ubuntu users out there that can clue me up on this "easier" way of
3. I use apt-get to install hylyfax-server - this seems to inherently
run faxsetup but with certain sections of it auto-answered by some
- relevant looking lines from the output (full output below):
Found Quoted-Printable encoder: qp-encode
[: 231: ==: unexpected operator
Please use a more recent version of hylafax: 4.3.1 packages for Debian
and Ubuntu have a few problems.
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