cvs commit: hints capi2_hylafax.txt

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  ===================================================================
  AUTHOR: Benjamin Boksa <benjamin at boksa.de>
  
  DATE: 2004-03-24
  
  LICENSE: GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE
  
  SYNOPSIS: Installing CAPI2.0 and Hylafax with multiple MSN
  
  DESCRIPTION:
  This hint covers the installation of a CAPI2.0 enabled kernel and a very simple fax2mail
  system based on Hylafax, where faxes are distributed by mail based on the MSN they were sent to.
  
  ATTACHMENTS:
  * ftp://ftp.in-berlin.de/pub/capi4linux/capi4k-utils-2004-01-19.tar.gz
  * ftp://ftp.avm.de/cardware/fritzcrd.pci/linux/suse.82/fcpci-suse8.2-03.11.02.tar.gz
  * http://ftp.at.linuxfromscratch.org/infosys/mail/maildrop/metamail-linux.tar.z
  * http://hightek.org/dialog/dialog-0.7.tar.gz
  * http://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/sharutils/sharutils-4.2.1.tar.gz
  * http://www.linuxfromscratch.org/patches/downloads/sharutils/sharutils-4.2.1-gettext-1.patch
  * ftp://ftp.hylafax.org/source/hylafax-4.1.8.tar.gz
  
  PREREQUISITES:
  ISDN card and a local MTA (like sendmail) installed.
  
  HINT:
  
  STEP 1: Introduction and general notes
  
       This hint covers the installation of a CAPI2.0 enabled kernel and a very simple fax2mail
       system based on HylaFax, where faxes are distributed by mail based on the MSN they were sent to.
  	
       Another thing I would like to mention is the usage of /usr/local/src in this hint. On my system
       I have decided to keep the source for all packages from LFS/BLFS in /usr/src and all other packages
       in /usr/local/src, which is the reason why I use /usr/local/src below. If you prefer to use /usr/src
       just use it whenever you come accross /usr/local/src.
  
  STEP 2: Preparing the kernel
  
       The first thing to do is to compile a CAPI2.0 enabled kernel and the necessary kernel modules.
       The following commands assumme you have installed the 2.4.22 kernel as described in the LFS 5.0 book.
       If you have installed a different kernel or have the kernel sources in a different location make sure to
       alter the commands accordingly.
  	
       Change to you kernel source directory and configure the kernel by running the following commands:
  	
            cd /usr/src/linux-2.4.22
            
            make menuconfig
  	
       First of all make sure to enable ISDN support in your kernel:
  	
            ISDN subsystem ---> 
            <*> ISDN support
  	
       Then enable CAPI2.0 as shown below:
  	
            ISDN subsystem ---> Active ISDN cards  --->
            <M> CAPI2.0 support
            [ ]   Verbose reason code reporting (kernel size +=7K)
            [*]   CAPI2.0 Middleware support (EXPERIMENTAL)
            <M>   CAPI2.0 /dev/capi support
            [*]     CAPI2.0 filesystem support
  	
       The last thing to do to prepare the kernel is to compile and install it:
  	
            make CC=/opt/gcc-2.95.3/bin/gcc dep &&
            make CC=/opt/gcc-2.95.3/bin/gcc bzImage &&
            make CC=/opt/gcc-2.95.3/bin/gcc modules &&
            make CC=/opt/gcc-2.95.3/bin/gcc modules_install
            
            cp System.map /boot
            cp arch/i386/boot/bzImage /boot/lfskernel
  	
       After that reboot your system with the new kernel.
  
  STEP 3: Installing capi4k-utils-2004-01-19
  
       capi4k-utils is a collection of some software we need in later steps.
  	
       The first thing to do is to download and unpack capi4k-utils by running these commands
       (assumes you have installed curl):
  	
            cd /usr/local/src
            
            curl -O ftp://ftp.in-berlin.de/pub/capi4linux/capi4k-utils-2004-01-19.tar.gz
            
            tar xvfz capi4k-utils-2004-01-19.tar.gz
            rm capi4k-utils-2004-01-19.tar.gz
  	
       The first thing is to configure the software for installation:
  	
            cd /usr/local/src/capi4k-utils
            make CC=/opt/gcc-2.95.3/bin/gcc config
  	
       When I configured the sotware I had to specify the kernel source directory and I decided not
       to build the pppdcapiplugin as it is not needed for the Hylafax installation:
  	
            "kernel source directory" -> /usr/src/linux-2.4.22
            [ ] pppdcapiplugin
  	
       The next thing is to compile and install the software by running the following commands:
  	
            make CC=/opt/gcc-2.95.3/bin/gcc
            make CC=/opt/gcc-2.95.3/bin/gcc install
            
            cp capiinit/capi.conf /etc
  	
       After having installed the software you have to make it work with you ISDN card by
       changing /etc/capi.conf. I did this in two steps.
  	
       The first step is to remove all lines from /etc/capi.conf that are not needed.
  	
            ----- begin patch (/etc/capi.conf) -----
            --- capi.conf.orig      2004-02-21 21:31:42.000000000 +0100
            +++ capi.conf   2004-02-21 21:32:00.000000000 +0100
            @@ -1,13 +1,2 @@
             # card         file    proto   io      irq     mem     cardnr  options
            -#b1isa         b1.t4   DSS1    0x150   7       -       -       P2P
            -b1pci          b1.t4   DSS1    -       -       -       -
            -c4             c4.bin  DSS1    -       -       -       -
            -c4             -       DSS1    -       -       -       -
            -c4             -       DSS1    -       -       -       -       P2P
            -c4             -       DSS1    -       -       -       -       P2P
            -#c2            c2.bin  DSS1    -       -       -       -
            -#c2            -       DSS1    -       -       -       -
            -#t1isa         t1.t4   DSS1    0x340   9       -       0
            -#t1pci         t1.t4   DSS1    -       -       -       -
             #fcpci         -       -       -       -       -       -
            -#fcclassic     -       -       0x150   10      -       -
            ----- end patch -----
  	
       The last thing to do is to uncomment the line for your card:
  	
            ----- begin patch (/etc/capi.conf) -----
            --- capi.conf.orig      2004-02-21 23:59:20.000000000 +0100
            +++ capi.conf   2004-02-21 23:59:25.000000000 +0100
            @@ -1,2 +1,2 @@
             # card         file    proto   io      irq     mem     cardnr  options
            -#fcpci         -       -       -       -       -       -
            +fcpci          -       -       -       -       -       -
            ----- end patch -----
  	
       Please note that I use the FritzCard PCI, the last step might be different
       depending on what ISDN card you use.
  
  STEP 4: Installing fcpci-suse8.2-03.11.02
  
       To install the kernel module that handles the FritzCard PCI use the following
       commands and make sure to use the same compiler you use to compile the kernel:
  	
            cd /usr/local/src
            
            curl -O ftp://ftp.avm.de/cardware/fritzcrd.pci/linux/suse.82/fcpci-suse8.2-03.11.02.tar.gz
            
            tar xvfz fcpci-suse8.2-03.11.02.tar.gz
            rm fcpci-suse8.2-03.11.02.tar.gz
            
            cd fritz
            
            make CC=/opt/gcc-2.95.3/bin/gcc
            make CC=/opt/gcc-2.95.3/bin/gcc install
  
  STEP 5: Installing AFPL Ghostscript-8.11
  
       Instructions to install AFPL Ghostscript-8.11 can be found in BLFS 5.0. The URL
       for these instructions on my local system is the following:
  	
       http://default.local/lfs/BLFS-BOOK-5.0-HTML/pst/gs.html
  
  STEP 6: Installing metamail
  
            cd /usr/local/src
            
            mkdir metamail
            cd metamail
            curl -O http://ftp.at.linuxfromscratch.org/infosys/mail/maildrop/metamail-linux.tar.z
            
            tar xvfz metamail-linux.tar.z
            rm metamail-linux.tar.z
            
            
            
            cd bin
            
            for a in *;do
               install -c $a /usr/bin
            done
            
            cd ../man
            
            for a in *;do
               install -c -m 444 $a /usr/man/man1
            done
            
            cd ..
            
            install -c -m 644 mailcap /etc
  
  STEP 7: Installing dialog-0.7
  
       The installation of dialog-0.7 is easy, just use the following commands:
  	
            cd /usr/local/src
            
            curl -O http://hightek.org/dialog/dialog-0.7.tar.gz
            
            tar xvfz dialog-0.7.tar.gz
            rm dialog-0.7.tar.gz
            
            cd dialog-0.7
            
            make
            make install
  
  STEP 8: Installing sharutils 4.1.2
  
       Even though there is a patch available for sharutils-4.2.1, I have not found
       instructions in LFS/BLFS, so I decided to include them.
  	
       The first thing to do is to get the source and the patch and to unpack the source:
  	
            cd /usr/local/src
            
            curl -O http://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/sharutils/sharutils-4.2.1.tar.gz
            curl -O http://www.linuxfromscratch.org/patches/downloads/sharutils/sharutils-4.2.1-gettext-1.patch
            
            tar xvfz sharutils-4.2.1.tar.gz
            rm sharutils-4.2.1.tar.gz
  	
       Now apply the patch by running the following commands:
  	
            cd /usr/local/src/sharutils-4.2.1
            
            patch -Np1 < ../sharutils-4.2.1-gettext-1.patch
  	
       Now compile the software as shown:
  	
            cd /usr/local/src/sharutils-4.2.1
            ./configure --prefix=/usr
            make
            make check
            make install
            make install-man
  
  STEP 9: Installing hylafax-4.1.8
  
       As Hylafax needs the uucp user and group to function we create these first:
  	
            groupadd uucp
            useradd -g uucp -d /dev/null -s /bin/false uucp
  	
       Then we fetch the software and unpack it:
  	
            cd /usr/local/src
            
            curl -O ftp://ftp.hylafax.org/source/hylafax-4.1.8.tar.gz
            
            tar xvfz hylafax-4.1.8.tar.gz
            rm hylafax-4.1.8.tar.gz
  	
       The next thing is configure the way Hylafax will be installed:
  	
            cd /usr/local/src/hylafax-4.1.8
            
            ./configure
  	
       After having called configure some defaults are shown.
  	
            HylaFAX configuration parameters (part 1 of 2) are:
            
            [ 1] Directory for applications:        /usr/local/bin
            [ 2] Directory for lib data files:      /usr/local/lib/fax
            [ 3] Directory for lib executables:     /usr/local/sbin
            [ 4] Directory for system apps:         /usr/local/sbin
            [ 5] Directory for manual pages:        /usr/local/man
            [ 6] Directory for HTML documentation:  /var/httpd/htdocs/hylafax
            [ 7] Directory for spooling:            /var/spool/hylafax
            [ 8] Directory for uucp lock files:     /var/lock
            [ 9] Uucp lock file scheme:             ascii
            [10] PostScript imager package:         gs
            [11] PostScript imager program:         /usr/bin/gs
            [12] Manual page installation scheme:   bsd-source-cat
            [13] Default page size:                 North American Letter
            [14] Default vertical res (lpi):        98
  	
       As the defaults where not acceptable for me I decided to overwrite them. Note that
       <input> means to type the word input and <-enter-> means to press the return key.
  	
            Are these ok [yes]? <no><-enter->
            Directory to install applications [/usr/local/bin]? </usr/bin><-enter->
            Directory to install library data files [/usr/local/lib/fax]? </usr/lib/fax><-enter->
            Directory to install library executables [/usr/local/sbin]? </usr/sbin><-enter->
            Directory to install system apps [/usr/local/sbin]? </usr/sbin><-enter->
            Directory to install manual pages [/usr/local/man]? </usr/man><-enter->
            Directory to install HTML documentation [/var/httpd/htdocs/hylafax]? <-enter-> 
            Directory to setup server spooling area [/var/spool/hylafax]? <-enter->
            Directory for uucp lock files [/var/lock]? <-enter->
            UUCP lock file scheme [ascii]? <-enter->
            PostScript imager package [gs]? <-enter->
            PostScript imager program [/usr/bin/gs]? <-enter->
            Manual page installation scheme [bsd-source-cat]? <-enter->
            Default page size [North American Letter]? <ISO A4><-enter->
            Default vertical res (lpi) [98]? <-enter->
  	
       The new values are shown:
  	
            HylaFAX configuration parameters (part 1 of 2) are:
            
            [ 1] Directory for applications:        /usr/bin
            [ 2] Directory for lib data files:      /usr/lib/fax
            [ 3] Directory for lib executables:     /usr/sbin
            [ 4] Directory for system apps:         /usr/sbin
            [ 5] Directory for manual pages:        /usr/man
            [ 6] Directory for HTML documentation:  /var/httpd/htdocs/hylafax
            [ 7] Directory for spooling:            /var/spool/hylafax
            [ 8] Directory for uucp lock files:     /var/lock
            [ 9] Uucp lock file scheme:             ascii
            [10] PostScript imager package:         gs
            [11] PostScript imager program:         /usr/bin/gs
            [12] Manual page installation scheme:   bsd-source-cat
            [13] Default page size:                 ISO A4
            [14] Default vertical res (lpi):        98
  	
       After the changes these are OK for me now, so I accept them:
  	
            Are these ok [yes]? <-enter->
  	
       The second set of values is shown:
  	
            HylaFAX configuration parameters (part 2 of 2) are:
            
            [15] Location of getty program:         /sbin/agetty
            [16] Location of voice getty program:   /bin/vgetty
            [17] Location of sendmail program:      /usr/sbin/sendmail
            [18] Location of TIFF tools:            /usr/bin
            [19] Location of SysV init scripts:     /etc/rc.d/init.d
            [20] Location of SysV start scripts:    ../rc2.d ../rc3.d ../rc4.d ../rc5.d
            [21] Location of SysV stop scripts:     ../rc0.d ../rc1.d ../rc6.d
            [22] Name of SysV start script:         S97hylafax
            [23] Name of SysV stop script:          K05hylafax
            [24] Init script starts faxq:           yes
            [25] Init script starts hfaxd           yes
            [26] Start old protocol:                no
            [27] Start paging protocol:             no
  	
       As these are OK for me I simply accepted them:
  	
            Are these ok [yes]? <-enter->
  	
       The actual installtion of the software is done with the following commands:
  	
            make
            make install
  	
       Now as Hylafax is installed we set it up using faxsetup:
  	
            faxsetup
  	
       faxsetup will ask a lot of questions which I listed below, together with my answers.
       Just change them according to your needs:
  	
            You do not appear to have a "fax" user in the password file.
            HylaFAX needs this to work properly, add it [yes]? <-enter->
            
            
            
            Should an entry be added for the FaxMaster to /etc/mail/aliases [yes]? <-enter->
            
            
            
            Users to receive fax-related mail [root]? <-enter->
            
            
            
                    HylaFAX configuration parameters are:
            
                    [1] Init script starts faxq:            yes
                    [2] Init script starts hfaxd            yes
                    [3] Start old protocol:                 no
                    [4] Start paging protocol:              no
            Are these ok [yes]? <-enter->
            
            
            
            No scheduler config file exists, creating one from scratch.
            Country code [1]? <49><-enter->
            Area code []? <221><-enter->
            Long distance dialing prefix [1]? <0><-enter->
            International dialing prefix [011]? <00><-enter->
            Dial string rules file (relative to /var/spool/hylafax) ["etc/dialrules"]? <-enter->
            Tracing during normal server operation [1]? <527><-enter->
            Default tracing during send and receive sessions [0xffffffff]? <527><-enter->
            Continuation cover page (relative to /var/spool/hylafax) []? <etc/cover.tmpl><-enter->
            Timeout when converting PostScript documents (secs) [180]? <-enter->
            Maximum number of concurrent jobs to a destination [1]? <-enter->
            Define a group of modems []? <-enter->
            Time of day restrictions for outbound jobs ["Any"]? <-enter->
            Pathname of destination controls file (relative to /var/spool/hylafax) []? <-enter->
            Timeout before purging a stale UUCP lock file (secs) [30]? <-enter->
            Max number of pages to permit in an outbound job [0xffffffff]? <-enter->
            Syslog facility name for ServerTracing messages [daemon]? <-enter->
            
            The non-default scheduler parameters are:
            
            CountryCode:            49
            AreaCode:               221
            LongDistancePrefix:     0
            InternationalPrefix:    00
            ServerTracing:          527
            ContCoverPage:          etc/cover.tmpl
            SessionTracing:         527
            
            Are these ok [yes]? <-enter->
            
            
            
            Restarting HylaFAX server processes.
            Should I restart the HylaFAX server processes [yes]? <-enter->
  	
       This is the most important question. As we will not use a modem we do not need to run faxaddmodem:
  	
            You do not appear to have any modems configured for use.  Modems are
            configured for use with HylaFAX with the faxaddmodem(8C) command.
            Do you want to run faxaddmodem to configure a modem [yes]? <no><-enter->
  
  STEP 10: Installing capi4hylafax-01.02.02
  
       cap4hylafax actually makes it possible to use hylafax with the software and kernel we compiled earlier.
  	
       First fetch the software and unpack it:
  	
            cd /usr/local/src
            
            curl -O ftp://ftp.avm.de/tools/capi4hylafax.linux/capi4hylafax-01.02.02.tar.gz
            
            tar xvfz capi4hylafax-01.02.02.tar.gz
            rm capi4hylafax-01.02.02.tar.gz
            
            cd /usr/local/src/capi4hylafax-01.02.02
  	
       Now compile the software using the following commands:
  	
            ./configure --prefix=/usr
            make
  	
       As we will be using three different MSN we add three devices for Hylafax:
  	
            ln -s capi20 /dev/faxCAPI
            ln -s capi20 /dev/faxCAPI2
            ln -s capi20 /dev/faxCAPI3
  	
       To install the software run the install script and answer some questions.
       I have included my (slightly changed) answers, make sure to use the values right for you:
  	
            ./install
            
            -> < Yes >
            
            Outgoing MSN    4929xxx
            Incoming MSNs   -- is set --- [4929xxx]
            DDI Params      -- no ddi ---
            Fax Number      +49.221.4929xxx
            Fax Identifier  Benjamin Boksa
            Number Prefix   [   empty   ]
            Save & Exit
            
            -> < OK >
  
  STEP 11: Installing a boot script for the capi
  
       The following installs a simple script to start CAPI2.0 at boot time:
  	
            cat > /etc/rc.d/init.d/capi <<"EOF"
            #!/bin/bash
            # Begin $rc_base/init.d/capi
            
            # Based on sysklogd script from LFS-3.1 and earlier.
            # Rewritten by Gerard Beekmans  - gerard at linuxfromscratch.org
            
            source /etc/sysconfig/rc
            source $rc_functions
            
            case "$1" in
                    start)
                            echo "Starting capi 2.0..."
                            loadproc capiinit start
                            ;;
            
                    stop)
                            echo "Stopping capi 2.0..."
                            capiinit stop
                            evaluate_retval
                            ;;
            
                    restart)
                            $0 stop
                            sleep 1
                            $0 start
                            ;;
            
                    status)
                            capiinfo
                            ;;
            
                    *)
                            echo "Usage: $0 {start|stop|restart|status}"
                            exit 1
                            ;;
            esac
            
            # End $rc_base/init.d/capi
            EOF
            
            chmod 755 /etc/rc.d/init.d/capi
            
            cd /etc/rc.d/init.d &&
            ln -sf ../init.d/capi ../rc0.d/K10capi &&
            ln -sf ../init.d/capi ../rc1.d/K10capi &&
            ln -sf ../init.d/capi ../rc2.d/S90capi &&
            ln -sf ../init.d/capi ../rc3.d/S90capi &&
            ln -sf ../init.d/capi ../rc4.d/S90capi &&
            ln -sf ../init.d/capi ../rc5.d/S90capi &&
            ln -sf ../init.d/capi ../rc6.d/K10capi
  
  STEP 12: Adjusting the Hylafax installation
  
       This section will show some information about adjustments I made after having installed Hylafax:
  	
       The following patch enables the paging protocol for hylafax which I did not
       enable during the installation:
  	
            ----- begin patch (/var/spool/hylafax/etc/setup.cache) -----
            19c19
            < HFAXD_SNPP_SERVER='no'
            ---
            > HFAXD_SNPP_SERVER='yes'
            ----- end patch -----
  	
       The following patch makes it possible to use uuencode (from sharutils) replacing
       the old mimencode from metamail:
  	
            ----- begin patch (/var/spool/hylafax/bin/faxrcvd) -----
            --- /var/spool/hylafax/bin/faxrcvd.orig 2004-02-22 01:07:54.000000000 +0100
            +++ /var/spool/hylafax/bin/faxrcvd      2004-02-23 02:53:58.000000000 +0100
            @@ -51,9 +51,19 @@
             }
             . etc/setup.cache
             
            +function encode_base64 { 
            +   if [ -x /usr/bin/uuencode ]; then 
            +      /usr/bin/uuencode -m $1 $1 | /bin/sed '1d;$d' 
            +   elif [ -x /usr/bin/mimencode ]; then 
            +      /usr/bin/mimencode $1 
            +   else 
            +      echo "Error: No encoder for base64 found." 
            +      echo "Please install sharutils or metamail." 
            +   fi 
            +} 
            +
             INFO=$SBIN/faxinfo
             FAX2PS=$TIFFBIN/fax2ps
            -MIMENCODE=mimencode
             ENCODING=base64
             TIFF2PS=tiff2ps
             PS2PDF=ps2pdf
            @@ -195,7 +205,7 @@
                         echo "Content-Transfer-Encoding: $ENCODING"
                         echo "Content-Disposition: attachment; filename=\"$FILENAME.tif\""
                         echo ""
            -            $MIMENCODE $FILE 2>/dev/null
            +            encode_base64 $FILE 2>/dev/null
                     elif [ "$FILETYPE" = "pdf" ]; then
                         echo "Content-Type: application/pdf; name=\"c$COMMID.pdf\""
                         echo "Content-Description: FAX document"
            @@ -212,7 +222,7 @@
                            $SED 's/.*Resolution: [0-9]*, \([0-9]*\).*/\1/g' | sort -n | $SED -n '$p'`
                         $TIFF2PS -a -O $FILE.ps $FILE 2>/dev/null # fax2ps looks bad
                         $PS2PDF -g$GW\x$GL -r$RW\x$RL $FILE.ps $FILE.pdf 2>/dev/null
            -            $MIMENCODE $FILE.pdf 2>/dev/null
            +            encode_base64 $FILE.pdf 2>/dev/null
                         $RM -f $FILE.ps $FILE.pdf 2>/dev/null
                     else #  default as Postscript
                         echo "Content-Type: application/postscript; name=\"$FILENAME.ps\""
            ----- end patch -----
  
  STEP 13: Using multiple MSN with Hylafax
  
       The idea behind this is very simple: We create a device for every MSN we want to
       use with hylafax. The device can the be used to distribute the incoming faxes as needed.
  	
       Before changing the configuration we have to create to more symlinks to enable 
       the devices we created above:
  	
            ln -s config.faxCAPI /var/spool/hylafax/etc/config.faxCAPI2
            ln -s config.faxCAPI /var/spool/hylafax/etc/config.faxCAPI3
  	
       To use the devices you have to create a section for each of them. The following
       patch shows my changes. It also shows that I did not have to change anything
       for the first device, as it was already configured during installation. The
       other two sections are simply copies of the first section with the necessary
       values adjusted:
  	
            ----- begin patch (/var/spool/hylafax/etc/config.faxCAPI) -----
            --- /var/spool/hylafax/etc/config.faxCAPI.orig  2004-02-23 19:59:54.000000000 +0100
            +++ /var/spool/hylafax/etc/config.faxCAPI       2004-02-23 11:57:09.000000000 +0100
            @@ -146,6 +146,9 @@
             # as many subsections as required, since virtual DeviceNames do not play
             # any role in this mode of operation.
             #
            +
            +
            +# 1st device, MSN 4929xxx
             {
             
                 # "HylafaxDeviceName" ist der Name, unter dem sich C4H bei HylaFAX als
            @@ -394,3 +397,60 @@
                 }
             }
             
            +# 2nd device, MSN 2790xxx
            +{
            +    HylafaxDeviceName:          faxCAPI2
            +    RecvFileMode:               0600
            +    FAXNumber:                  +49.221.2790xxx
            +    LocalIdentifier:            "Benjamin Boksa"
            +    MaxConcurrentRecvs:         2
            +
            +    # ----------- outgoing params -----------
            +    OutgoingController:         1
            +    OutgoingMSN:                2790xxx
            +    SuppressMSN:                0
            +    NumberPrefix:               
            +    UseISDNFaxService:          0
            +    RingingDuration:            0
            +
            +    # ----------- incoming params -----------
            +    {
            +        Controller:             1
            +        AcceptSpeech:           0
            +        UseDDI:                 0
            +        DDIOffset:              
            +        DDILength:              0
            +        IncomingDDIs:           
            +        IncomingMSNs:           2790xxx
            +        AcceptGlobalCall:   1
            +    }
            +}
            +
            +# 3rd device, MSN 2790xxx
            +{
            +    HylafaxDeviceName:          faxCAPI3
            +    RecvFileMode:               0600
            +    FAXNumber:                  +49.221.2790xxx
            +    LocalIdentifier:            "Familie Boksa"
            +    MaxConcurrentRecvs:         2
            +
            +    # ----------- outgoing params -----------
            +    OutgoingController:         1
            +    OutgoingMSN:                2790xxx
            +    SuppressMSN:                0
            +    NumberPrefix:               
            +    UseISDNFaxService:          0
            +    RingingDuration:            0
            +
            +    # ----------- incoming params -----------
            +    {
            +        Controller:             1
            +        AcceptSpeech:           0
            +        UseDDI:                 0
            +        DDIOffset:              
            +        DDILength:              0
            +        IncomingDDIs:           
            +        IncomingMSNs:           2790xxx
            +        AcceptGlobalCall:   1
            +    }
            +}
            ----- end patch -----
  	
       We create a file FaxDispatch which control the delivery of the converted faxes based
       on the device (read: the MSN) that received the fax:
  	
            ----- begin file (/var/spool/hylafax/etc/FaxDispatch) -----
            case "$DEVICE" in
            faxCAPI)        SENDTO=b.boksa at sidebysite.de; FILETYPE=pdf;;
            faxCAPI2)       SENDTO=benjamin at boksa.de; FILETYPE=pdf;;
            faxCAPI3)       SENDTO=daniel at boksa.de,gudrun at boksa.de; FILETYPE=pdf;;
            esac
            ----- end file -----
  
  CHANGELOG:
  [2004-03-25]
    * Added/Corrected some stuff as the result of the feedback from blfs-support
  [2004-03-24]
    * Initial release, posted to blfs-support for comments
  
  
  



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