> Tell you what's wrong: you've forgotten to include a servertrace > in your question :-)) how to do that?
You may start by reading the man pages of config. The faxgetty(1M) tries do initialize the modem and a ServerTrace would show which AT-commands are sent to the modem an what the modem is responding. The value of ServerTrace: should be set in the modem config file (e.g. spool/etc/config.ttyf2) to a value like 0x0f. The value of LogFacility: should be set to "local0". The log-output is done via syslogd(1M) and you have also to configure your syslog daemon to collect the messages in a file; see the man page of syslog.conf(4F) how to do that on your system. For me on my UNIX SVR4.2 the file /etc/syslog.conf contains: local0.err /var/log/syslog local0.info /var/log/syslog local0.warning /var/log/syslog local0.debug /var/log/syslog local0.notice /var/log/syslog The file "/var/log/syslog" must exist, world-writeable and after changing /etc/syslog.conf you've to restart the syslog daemon (or poke it with signal -HUP). Btw, by "faxsetup", two files "/bin/vgetty" and "/bin/egetty" can not be found. They are not in my computer, where can I find them? You only need them for voice handling or other special cases; read config for details. Hope it helps you out. matthias