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Re: [SLE] Faxing from 10.0
  • From: "Carlos E. R." <robin.listas@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 18 Apr 2006 01:44:43 +0200 (CEST)
  • Message-id: <Pine.LNX.4.61.0604180136150.30207@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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The Monday 2006-04-17 at 18:28 -0400, Mike McMullin wrote:


> > Then, you have a problem with "kdeprintfax", not hylafax. Try faxing
> > directly with "sendfax"; for instance, from the configuration I have in
> > OpenOffice:
> >
> > sendfax -m -n -T 3 -s a4 -D -d "(PHONE)" "(TMP)"
>
> log file created! It errored out, but then the I had my cell turned
> off
>
> Apr 17 18:16:09.04: [19843]: <-- [13:ATDT***-***\r]
> Apr 17 18:17:04.84: [19843]: --> [10:NO CARRIER]

Funny. It should have been "no answer", or something of the sort; those
error depend on the modem, though. No... I'm thinking... the cellular
company might have given a voice message to your modem, so the "no
carrier". Correct, then.



> The fax system specified is hylafax, the default command line is:
> /usr/bin/capisuitefax -d %number %files

I thought capisuite was used for ISDN :-?

[...]

Yes, it is:

: Summary : ISDN telecommunication suite providing fax and voice services
: Description :
: CapiSuite is an ISDN telecommunication suite providing easy to use
: telecommunication functions which can be controlled from Python
: scripts.

Therefore, it will not work for you unless you have ISDN services and an
appropiate card.

> IIRC capisuitefax was installed when I went into YaST to set up the
> fax.
> I want to note that I'm using kde 3.5.2.
>
> I do appreciate the help Carlos. I know I'm getting some where.

Welcome; it is an interesting problem.

- --
Cheers,
Carlos Robinson
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