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comp.unix.aix Frequently Asked Questions (Part 4 of 5)
Section - 4.22: Flexfax/HylaFax and other fax software

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Sam Leffler has released a new version of FlexFax called HylaFax.  It
is availible from <ftp://sgi.com/sgi/fax/>.  There is a HlyaFax web
page at <http://www.vix.com/hylafax/>.  Version V3.0pl1
supported many types of Class 1/2 fax modems and several UNIX systems
including AIX 3.2.3 or greater.  There is also a fax modem review
document at the same site as <ftp://sgi.com/pub/fax/bakeoff>. The FlexFax
related files on sgi.com are replicated on ftp.bsc.no as well.

>From: michael@hal6000.thp.Uni-Duisburg.DE (Michael Staats)

We're using mgetty+sendfax for the basic modem I/O, I wrote a printer
backend for the modem so that users can send faxes as easy as they print
postscript. I also wrote a little X interface composer to generate a
fax form that makes sending faxes very easy. You can find these
programs at hal6000.thp.Uni-Duisburg.DE under /pub/source.

program				comment

mgetty+sendfax-0.14.tar.gz	basic modem I/O, needs hacking for AIX
X11/xform-1.1.tar.gz	     	small and simple X interface composer
				with an example fax form. Needs
				libxview.a incl. headers.
faxiobe.tar.gz			fax backend, needs configuring for
				your local site

If you need a binary version of libxview.a and the headers you'll find
them under /pub/binaries/AIX-3-2/lxview.tar.gz.

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