Re: Modem in Debian
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On 02/04/08 06:18, Russell L. Harris wrote:
> * Pantor <firstname.lastname@example.org> [080204 04:07]:
>> Douglas A. Tutty wrote:
>>> On Mon, Feb 04, 2008 at 08:28:06AM +0900, David Palmer wrote:
>>>> Or provide yourself with a fax facility.
>>> Especially handy if tied up with an LPD spool. Makes someone's fax
>>> machine as easy as the printer beside you.
>> That is allright, but how to make modem working?
> If the modem is an internal modem, it most likely is a "winmodem", in
> which case the only sane course of action is to remove it. Then,
> physically destroy it, so that it does not cause grief to anyone else.
> If you wish to have a very nice and robust fax capability for both
> receiving and sending, get a US Robotics Sportster external faxmodem
> (very inexpensive, inasmuch as many are being retired as people switch
> from dial-up to DSL), attach it to a serial port, and then install the
> hylafax package.
The USR 5610C is an internal "hard" modem. And because it's
internal, there's no need for extra wires, a wall-wart power
> Configuration of the hylafax package takes two or three minutes;
> simply accept the defaults, and then enter your own telephone number
> and name.
> You may find helpful the document "Linux Fax Server: How to Set up Hylafax"
Ron Johnson, Jr.
Jefferson LA USA
PETA - People Eating Tasty Animals
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