Toomas Aas wrote:

The bin/faxrcvd works completely well from the command line, only fails when called from the hylafax server (excerpt from log below):

RECV FAX: bin/faxrcvd "recvq/fax00035.tif" "cuaa1" "00000067" "" "" ""
here the script fails at line 202:

$PS2PDF -g$GW\x$GL -r$RW\x$RL $ $FILE.pdf 2>/dev/null

The "$" is created but not converted to "$FILE.pdf".

This works from the command line issued as:
%ps2pdf -g<size> -r<resolution> recvq/ recvq/fax00035.tif.pdf

I must admit I don't have a first clue about the arhchitecture of hylafax, but maybe the problem is that ps2pdf is simply not found in the path? In that case, replacing it with /path/to/ps2pdf in whichever script it is called from would help.
Already tried unfortunately.
If I replace #!/bin/sh with #!/bin/sh -xv in the script and watch the output you can see that the script adds the absolute path:

+ /usr/local/bin/ps2pdf -g1728x583 -r204x196 recvq/ recvq/fax00037.tif.pdf

If I knew how to pipe the output to a file when the script is running as called from Hylafax I could probably solve it, right now I can only do it separately from the command line...

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