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[vox-tech] Somebody to market Wiki to my company?



Hello Folks,

I am looking for somebody to come to my company and give a presentation
about how Wiki and online discussion forums can help the company to
establish better communication. And if the top guys get convinced then
providing Wiki and forums set up (Which would probably involve set up Linux
/ Apache / Wiki and Forums scripts on a PC and throw it in intranet.)

So is this the right place to post this thing? If not where should I post
it? Any Linux businesses around?
If anybody interested, please email me,

Thanks in advance,

Kedar


----- Original Message ----- 
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Sent: Tuesday, March 29, 2005 12:00 PM
Subject: vox-tech Digest, Vol 10, Issue 50


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>    1. Mgetty-fax problems (Henry House)
>    2. Re: Mgetty-fax problems (Mark K. Kim)
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> Message: 1
> Date: Mon, 28 Mar 2005 13:18:06 -0800
> From: hajhouse@houseag.com (Henry House)
> Subject: [vox-tech] Mgetty-fax problems
> To: vox-tech@lists.lugod.org
> Message-ID: <20050328211806.GA2638@houseag.com>
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> I have just installed a new modem (Best Data external V92 on ttyS1 via a
> plain old serial cable) and am attempting to use it to receive faxes.
(This
> has previously worked for me on this machine with a different modem.) The
> host machine (Debian) has mgetty-fax installed and configured in
> /etc/inittab to listen to /dev/ttyS1:
>
> s1:23:respawn:/sbin/mgetty ttyS1
>
> just as shown in the documentation. The modem answers when I send a test
fax
> and accepts transmission. But, the fax data just go into the void; mgetty
> does not save any G3 files. The log file shows:
>
>
> 03/28 12:09:53 yS1  mgetty: experimental test release 1.1.31-Jul24
> 03/28 12:09:53 yS1  check for lockfiles
> 03/28 12:09:53 yS1  locking the line
> 03/28 12:09:54 yS1  lowering DTR to reset Modem
> 03/28 12:09:55 yS1  send: \dATQ0V1H0[0d]
> 03/28 12:09:55 yS1  waiting for ``OK'' ** found **
> 03/28 12:09:55 yS1  send: AT[0d]
> 03/28 12:09:55 yS1  waiting for ``OK'' ** found **
> 03/28 12:09:55 yS1  mdm_send: 'ATI'
> 03/28 12:09:55 yS1  Generic Rockwell modem (56000)
> 03/28 12:09:55 yS1  mdm_send: 'ATI3'
> 03/28 12:09:56 yS1  mdm_send: 'ATI4'
> 03/28 12:09:56 yS1  additional info: 'Smart One 56SX92-SCM'
> 03/28 12:09:56 yS1  modem quirks: 0004
> 03/28 12:09:56 yS1  mdm_send: 'AT+FCLASS=2' -> ERROR
> 03/28 12:09:56 yS1  mdm_send: 'AT+FCLASS=2.0' -> ERROR
> 03/28 12:09:56 yS1  mdm_send: 'AT+FCLASS=2' -> ERROR
> 03/28 12:09:56 yS1  waiting...
> 03/28 12:13:00 yS1  wfr: waiting for ``RING''
> 03/28 12:13:00 yS1  send: ATA[0d]
> 03/28 12:13:00 yS1  waiting for ``CONNECT''
> 03/28 12:14:00 yS1  found action string: ``NO CARRIER''
> 03/28 12:14:00 ##### failed A_FAIL dev=ttyS1, pid=414, caller='none',
conn='', name=''
>
> --
> 03/28 12:14:00 yS1  mgetty: experimental test release 1.1.31-Jul24
> 03/28 12:14:00 yS1  check for lockfiles
> 03/28 12:14:00 yS1  locking the line
> 03/28 12:14:00 yS1  lowering DTR to reset Modem
> 03/28 12:14:01 yS1  send: \dATQ0V1H0[0d]
> 03/28 12:14:01 yS1  waiting for ``OK'' ** found **
> 03/28 12:14:01 yS1  send: AT[0d]
> 03/28 12:14:01 yS1  waiting for ``OK'' ** found **
> 03/28 12:14:02 yS1  mdm_send: 'ATI'
> 03/28 12:14:02 yS1  Generic Rockwell modem (56000)
> 03/28 12:14:02 yS1  mdm_send: 'ATI3'
> 03/28 12:14:02 yS1  mdm_send: 'ATI4'
> 03/28 12:14:02 yS1  additional info: 'Smart One 56SX92-SCM'
> 03/28 12:14:02 yS1  modem quirks: 0004
> 03/28 12:14:02 yS1  mdm_send: 'AT+FCLASS=2' -> ERROR
> 03/28 12:14:02 yS1  mdm_send: 'AT+FCLASS=2.0' -> ERROR
> 03/28 12:14:02 yS1  mdm_send: 'AT+FCLASS=2' -> ERROR
> 03/28 12:14:02 yS1  waiting...
> 03/28 13:14:02 yS1  checking if modem is still alive
> 03/28 13:14:02 yS1  mdm_send: 'AT' -> OK
> 03/28 13:14:03 yS1  waiting...
>
> (/var/log/mgetty/mg_ttyS1.log.1)
>
> My initial guess is that I just have a crappy modem and should try a
> different one. Does anyone have any other ideas?
>
> -- 
> Henry House
> +1 530 753 3361 ext. 13
> Please don't send me HTML mail! My mail system usually rejects it.
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> Message: 2
> Date: Mon, 28 Mar 2005 20:08:31 -0800 (PST)
> From: "Mark K. Kim" <lugod@cbreak.org>
> Subject: Re: [vox-tech] Mgetty-fax problems
> To: "lugod's technical discussion forum" <vox-tech@lists.lugod.org>
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>
> What does your "mgetty.config" look like?  It looks like you need to add a
> "fax-owner" option to specify the user that will receive the fax, and
> without that option it defaults to a username specified at compile time
> (but who knows what that is! -- check the debian manual?)  More info on
> "mgetty.config":
>
>    http://home.leo.org/~doering/mgetty/mgetty_16.html#SEC16
>
> There's probably more options to be concerned about, but I'm not sure what
> else -- my experience with mgetty is unfortunately limited primarily to
> working with voice modems.
>
> BTW, do you know about the mgetty mailing list?  It's been a while since I
> was on it, but it's really excellent:
>
>    http://home.leo.org/~doering/mgetty/
>
> If you need more seasoned help, I'm sure they'll be a great resource!
>
> -Mark
>
>
> On Mon, 28 Mar 2005, Henry House wrote:
>
> > I have just installed a new modem (Best Data external V92 on ttyS1 via a
> > plain old serial cable) and am attempting to use it to receive faxes.
(This
> > has previously worked for me on this machine with a different modem.)
The
> > host machine (Debian) has mgetty-fax installed and configured in
> > /etc/inittab to listen to /dev/ttyS1:
> >
> > s1:23:respawn:/sbin/mgetty ttyS1
> >
> > just as shown in the documentation. The modem answers when I send a test
fax
> > and accepts transmission. But, the fax data just go into the void;
mgetty
> > does not save any G3 files. The log file shows:
> >
> >
> > 03/28 12:09:53 yS1  mgetty: experimental test release 1.1.31-Jul24
> > 03/28 12:09:53 yS1  check for lockfiles
> > 03/28 12:09:53 yS1  locking the line
> > 03/28 12:09:54 yS1  lowering DTR to reset Modem
> > 03/28 12:09:55 yS1  send: \dATQ0V1H0[0d]
> > 03/28 12:09:55 yS1  waiting for ``OK'' ** found **
> > 03/28 12:09:55 yS1  send: AT[0d]
> > 03/28 12:09:55 yS1  waiting for ``OK'' ** found **
> > 03/28 12:09:55 yS1  mdm_send: 'ATI'
> > 03/28 12:09:55 yS1  Generic Rockwell modem (56000)
> > 03/28 12:09:55 yS1  mdm_send: 'ATI3'
> > 03/28 12:09:56 yS1  mdm_send: 'ATI4'
> > 03/28 12:09:56 yS1  additional info: 'Smart One 56SX92-SCM'
> > 03/28 12:09:56 yS1  modem quirks: 0004
> > 03/28 12:09:56 yS1  mdm_send: 'AT+FCLASS=2' -> ERROR
> > 03/28 12:09:56 yS1  mdm_send: 'AT+FCLASS=2.0' -> ERROR
> > 03/28 12:09:56 yS1  mdm_send: 'AT+FCLASS=2' -> ERROR
> > 03/28 12:09:56 yS1  waiting...
> > 03/28 12:13:00 yS1  wfr: waiting for ``RING''
> > 03/28 12:13:00 yS1  send: ATA[0d]
> > 03/28 12:13:00 yS1  waiting for ``CONNECT''
> > 03/28 12:14:00 yS1  found action string: ``NO CARRIER''
> > 03/28 12:14:00 ##### failed A_FAIL dev=ttyS1, pid=414, caller='none',
conn='', name=''
> >
> > --
> > 03/28 12:14:00 yS1  mgetty: experimental test release 1.1.31-Jul24
> > 03/28 12:14:00 yS1  check for lockfiles
> > 03/28 12:14:00 yS1  locking the line
> > 03/28 12:14:00 yS1  lowering DTR to reset Modem
> > 03/28 12:14:01 yS1  send: \dATQ0V1H0[0d]
> > 03/28 12:14:01 yS1  waiting for ``OK'' ** found **
> > 03/28 12:14:01 yS1  send: AT[0d]
> > 03/28 12:14:01 yS1  waiting for ``OK'' ** found **
> > 03/28 12:14:02 yS1  mdm_send: 'ATI'
> > 03/28 12:14:02 yS1  Generic Rockwell modem (56000)
> > 03/28 12:14:02 yS1  mdm_send: 'ATI3'
> > 03/28 12:14:02 yS1  mdm_send: 'ATI4'
> > 03/28 12:14:02 yS1  additional info: 'Smart One 56SX92-SCM'
> > 03/28 12:14:02 yS1  modem quirks: 0004
> > 03/28 12:14:02 yS1  mdm_send: 'AT+FCLASS=2' -> ERROR
> > 03/28 12:14:02 yS1  mdm_send: 'AT+FCLASS=2.0' -> ERROR
> > 03/28 12:14:02 yS1  mdm_send: 'AT+FCLASS=2' -> ERROR
> > 03/28 12:14:02 yS1  waiting...
> > 03/28 13:14:02 yS1  checking if modem is still alive
> > 03/28 13:14:02 yS1  mdm_send: 'AT' -> OK
> > 03/28 13:14:03 yS1  waiting...
> >
> > (/var/log/mgetty/mg_ttyS1.log.1)
> >
> > My initial guess is that I just have a crappy modem and should try a
> > different one. Does anyone have any other ideas?
> >
> > --
> > Henry House
> > +1 530 753 3361 ext. 13
> > Please don't send me HTML mail! My mail system usually rejects it.
> > The unintelligible text that may follow is a digital signature.
> > See <http://hajhouse.org/pgp> to find out how to use it.
> > My OpenPGP key: <http://hajhouse.org/hajhouse.asc>.
> >
> >
>
> -- 
> Mark K. Kim
> AIM: markus kimius
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