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Old 07-31-2007, 06:35 AM   #1
Registered: Mar 2005
Distribution: Ubuntu 14.04 LTS 64-bit
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Faxrunq is giving "FAILED to transmit" message on sent fax, Suse 10.1

I have just sent my first fax using mgetty under the KdeprintFax front-end. Even though I was able to verify that the fax went through, by having a look at the receiving end machine, faxrunq gives me the following error when I send the fax from out of the queue:
/usr/sbin/sendfax: FAILED to transmit 'f1.g3'.
Transmission error: +FHNG:-5 (Unexpected hangup / read() error / write() error (int.))
command exited with status 12
Obviously, it isn't practical to travel to a fax receiving machine and see if the fax went through. How do I stop this "Failed to transmit" message?
I posted this material in another thread, nobody seems to know about it. Thanks in advance.


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