Stephen Liu <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes: > - snip - >> > # which acfax >> > # which acfax >> > # which efax >> > # which gfax >> > # which ghfaxview >> > # which hylafx >> > # which tkhylafax >> > # which tkscanfax >> > t# which viewfax >> > all : Command not found. >> > >> > I suppose they have not been installed. Kindly advise which of them is >> > easy to config and suitable to fax text document. >> >> I use mgetty+sendfax (that's the port name). It accepts postscript or g3 >> format. For text input, it looks like pbmtext (from the netpbm >> port/package) will convert text files to a suitable format (and then you >> run pbm2g3, which is inclduded in the mgetty+sendfax pacakge). > > Hi Dan, > > Tks for your response. I used efax on RH before. I think it is the front-end > (GUI) of mgetty+sendfax. > [...] > > I think I need to install 'mgetty-184.108.40.206.16_3'. Shall I install > 'netpbm-10.17_1' as well. > > Kindly advise. TIA > > B.R. > Stephen
Yes. Do it in one of the following ways: 1. cd /usr/ports/comms/mgetty+sendfax make install clean cd /usr/ports/graphics/netpbm make install clean 2. portinstall mgetty+sendfax netpbm (assuming you have portupgrade installed). -- Dan Pelleg _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"