fax stream tcp nowait fax /usr/etc/faxd.recv faxd.recv
Can not create qfile "%s". A problem occured while trying to create the job description file in the sendq subdirectory.
Warning, no server appears to be running. This is an information message that indicates the job was queued for processing, but that no facsimile server(s) appear to be running.
Can not change to spooling directory. There was a problem doing a chdir.2 to the spooling directory.
Protocol botch. There was a protocol botch between the client and faxd.recv. This should never happen.
Problem setting up document files. A problem occured during the last step of the job submission process. In this step temporary copies of the documents that are to be sent are placed in the docq subdirectory with link.2 operations. This message indicates potential problems with the setup of the spooling area.
Protocol botch, no data byte count. There was a protocol botch while transferring a document file.
Could not create data temp file. There was a problem creating a temporary file in the temp subdirectory.
Protocol botch, not enough data received. faxd.recv did not receive as much data as the client specified would be sent. This should not happen.
Write error. faxd.recv encountered an I/O error while receiving a document to transmit.
Can not handle "%s"-type data. The client asked to send a document type that faxd.recv does not understand how to handle. The only valid document types are postscript (for PostScript language documents) and tiff (for TIFF Class F images).
Problem opening sequence number file. faxd.recv was unable to open the file sendq/seqf that holds the current sequence number used in setting up jobs for transmisssion.
Problem updating sequence number file. There was a problem updating the sequence number stored in the file sendq/seqf. This should not happen.
Protocol botch, unexpected EOF. The client closed the connection prematurely.
Protocol botch, malformed line "%s". The client sent a malformed protocol request.
Protocol botch, no requestor name. The client failed to send the name of the account that is submitting the job.
Problem accessing send directory. faxd.recv was unable to access the sendq subdirectory.
Problem accessing spool directory. faxd.recv was unable to access the spooling directory.
Can not get your network address. faxd.recv was unable to get the client's machine name in order to verify the client is allowed to submit a job.
The server does not have a permissions file. The facsimile server is missing the file etc/hosts. This file must be present and contain a list of the hosts that are allowed to submit jobs.
Your host does not have permission to use the fax server. The client's host is not permitted to submit jobs to this server. Only those hosts listed in the file etc/hosts are permitted to submit jobs.
/var/spool/fax spooling area /var/spool/fax/FIFO for submitting the job /var/spool/fax/sendq where job description is placed /var/spool/fax/sendq/seqf for job identifier /var/spool/fax/temp temporary location of job-related files /var/spool/fax/bin/submit2at for jobs submitted to at /var/spool/fax/docq where document files are placed /var/spool/fax/log for server log files /var/spool/fax/status for server status information /var/spool/fax/config.device for returning server status /var/spool/fax/etc/hosts host access control list
Created by unroff & hp-tools. © by Hans-Peter Bischof. All Rights Reserved (1997).
Last modified 21/April/97