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Old 08-05-2006, 12:58 PM   #1
paulx
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Hylafax Linux Client?


Hi there,

I have been using Hylafax server, and install a few windows clients (like Cypheus / WHFC) and works fine.

I am trying to use more linux desktop (Fedora 5), but just find either those rpm (e.g. gfax-0.5-0.fc5.rf.i386) not working, a numbers of java clients not run, or installation procedures terribly annoying.

Basically, i want something like WHFC/Cypheues, let me to view the fax receiving on my server, as an interface for me sending fax from my client Linux desktops (FC5) on the network through the Hylafax server.

Thanks in advance for any idea.

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