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Old 27th April 2009, 02:23 PM
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modem problems with hylafax

I am having problems with a modem in hylafax. It was a fc 5 box and then was upgraded to fc10. since the upgrade I am unable to get the modem to work. I am not too familiar with hylafax or linux, this was set up by the person before me. When I run faxstat it shows the 2 modems that are installed. The one that I use on ttyS0 says receiving from a number but its not connected to a phone line. I’ve ran faxsetup and get the same results. I then removed the config.ttyS0 file and ran faxstat again. It showed the other modem and not the one on ttyS0. So I rebooted the machine and ran faxaddmodem for ttyS0. After that was complete, running faxstat shows that ttyS0 is still receiving from a number. Any thoughts on how to get this working?
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