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Re: [efax-users] question on config efax
- To: Ed Casas <edc@xxxxxxx>
- From: Stephen Liu <satimis@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [efax-users] question on config efax
- Date: Mon, 10 Jan 2005 11:56:15 +0800 (CST)
Hi Ed Casas,
Tks for your advice.
> I don't know who put the INCOMINGDIR or OUTGOINGDIR
> variables in
> your /etc/efax.rc. They are not used in the
> original efax
> distribution, FC2 or FC3. As far as I can tell,
> they should have
> no effect on the operation of the fax script.
They were there when I read /etc/efax.rc. Shall I
comment them out?
> As far as the missing /dev/ttyLT0 (presumably a
> Lucent winmodem),
> I suspect you're missing the driver. You'll have to
> ask the
> Fedora developers why this driver (or device) was
> not picked up
> when upgrading from RH8 to FC2.
This FC2 box has an external modem, not winmodem.
/dev/modem does not exist. I can create a symbolic
link but I don't know which is the modem device
/tty0/tty1/tty2 etc. Please advise how to detect it.
> >Hi folks,
> >I have efax installed and running on the OS
> >$ which efax
> >$ rpm -qa | grep efax
> >I have previous experience in configuring efax on
> >RedHat8 but the same steps seem not working on FC2
> >$ cat /etc/efax.rc
> >LOCK='-x /var/lock/LCK..$DEV'
> >On RH8
> ># ls -l /dev/modem
> >lrwxrwxrwx 1 root tty /dev/modem ->
> ># ls -l /dev/ttyLT0
> >crw-rw-rw- 1 root uucp 62, 64 May 24 23:29
> >But I can't find /dev/ttyLT0 on FC2
> >Kindly advise how to proceed.
> >Stephen Liu