Section 0 : Introduction

Q004: What machines does HylaFAX run on?

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What machines does HylaFAX run on?

HylaFAX is intended to run on any UNIX system that supports a particular set of features: FIFO special files, BSD-style sockets and the TCP/IP communication protocols, BSD-style file locking (flock) or equivalent functionality from which it can be emulated (fcntl, lockf), and POSIX 1003.1-style interfaces, including termios for manipulating tty devices.

The following systems are known to have these features: AIX v3.x, v4.x BSD/386, FreeBSD, HP-UX 9.x, 10.x IRIX, ISC4.0, Linux, OSF/1 V1.3 and V3.0, SCO 3.2v4 with TCP/IP, SCO ODT 3, SCO 5.0, Solaris 2.x, SunOS 4.1.x, SVR4.x on an Intel x86 and MIPS (UnixWare, Onsite, SINIX, ...), Ultrix 4.4.

There are binary (precompiled) versions available for some of these machines, see the HOWTO.

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