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authorChris Severance2015-07-06 20:21:15 -0400
committerChris Severance2015-07-06 20:21:15 -0400
commitdac4cf633a8b5b4dcfe9740c040c7ea0dc334687 (patch)
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downloadaur-dac4cf633a8b5b4dcfe9740c040c7ea0dc334687.tar.gz
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-rw-r--r--faxgetty@.service23
-rw-r--r--faxq.service11
-rwxr-xr-xfmfix.pl71
-rw-r--r--hfaxd.service11
-rw-r--r--hylafax.cron.daily5
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diff --git a/.SRCINFO b/.SRCINFO
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+pkgbase = hylafaxplus
+ pkgdesc = Enterprise Fax Server
+ pkgver = 5.5.6
+ pkgrel = 1
+ url = http://hylafax.sourceforge.net/
+ install = hylafax.install
+ arch = i686
+ arch = x86_64
+ license = custom:SGI
+ depends = dash
+ depends = libtiff
+ depends = pam
+ depends = ghostscript
+ depends = gsfonts
+ depends = sharutils
+ depends = jbigkit
+ depends = lcms2
+ depends = smtp-server
+ optdepends = avantfax: manage HylaFAX+ through web browser
+ optdepends = t38modem: sip/voip fax modem pool interface
+ optdepends = fax4cups: CUPS fax printer
+ optdepends = faxfrontend: CUPS fax printer
+ optdepends = 2Fax: ascii to fax generator including pictures and fonts
+ provides = hylafax
+ conflicts = hylafax
+ source = http://downloads.sourceforge.net/hylafax/hylafax-5.5.6.tar.gz
+ source = hylafax.timer
+ source = hylafax.service
+ source = fmfix.pl
+ source = faxq.service
+ source = hfaxd.service
+ source = faxgetty@.service
+ source = sendfaxvsi-1.0.tgz
+ sha256sums = 15ccb66d076d1bc399eb2358291fe33b64ddeca23ccdbb691b75039b5ef5ee2e
+ sha256sums = ad13d5171f5a8eb55a5773fc429dcef8418db90a8742cec18484534e86198da8
+ sha256sums = 7b481d783f3c18303acd7d650321313302401e780616dce1f80b71a210bb58cf
+ sha256sums = c9e9ad380aa50282125d2693e1ce7b65dedf4f5df22032a3fa60fbd1a75c87d9
+ sha256sums = 55505ff501e36281aa2b9c85fe0609d9cd04428a4b6d36e2754919411b615d2d
+ sha256sums = be96cf8c5fc14fde96c7d37dc9ba2e604aeebe57ce8d5c95dd7567d7e794f3b0
+ sha256sums = 3f4cddd872be106041ecc460b7d738a5612668f447c783d5c9e71d9c1b7f62bb
+ sha256sums = e80c6ffcb5f48bc1bf746b12d40abb94fe5ae79558edfad9c509ade6778cf2cf
+
+pkgname = hylafaxplus
+
diff --git a/PKGBUILD b/PKGBUILD
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+# Maintainer: Chris Severance aur.severach aATt spamgourmet dott com
+# Contributor: vicks <aur-hylafaxplus@p.lalouisianaise.com>
+# Category: daemons
+
+# Note: These TODO may not be things I'm planning to fix. Some of them are just
+# notes to be fixed by someone else who wants that functionality and warnings
+# to those who are expecting that functionality. The HylaFAX+ and AvantFAX
+# PKGBUILD have taken many days to get them functional on a modern OS.
+# I can't spend a lot more time fixing things I don't use without help.
+
+# TODO: Check Arch Linux in TARGET="...unknown..."
+# TODO: More systemd boot support (faxmodem).
+# TODO: SendEmail/smtp-cli.pl support instead of sendmail/postfix
+
+# WANT: Enabled Feature List: client, server, send fax, answer fax, answer modem, answer voice
+# WANT: CLI fax manager (avantfax?)
+# WANT: faxstat how to show only the last n days, like tail?
+# WANT: a faxmovemodem: to rename or remove modem without shutting fax system down, compatible with faxmodem and faxgetty.
+
+# TODO: Automatically fix font path in /usr/lib/fax/hyla.conf whenever ghostscript upgrades.
+# TODO: Cover pages in PKGBUILD for ready made installs.
+# TODO: faxcron timer run as uucp. faxqclean must run as root.
+# TODO: find more optional dependencies
+
+# Setup these parameters
+
+_opt_AreaCode="517"
+_opt_FAXNumber="+1.517.555.0001" # Default: +1.517.555.0001
+_opt_LocalIdentifier="ArchLinuxFAX" # Default: ArchLinuxFAX
+_opt_RingsBeforeAnswer="1" # set to 0 to make faxgetty send only
+_opt_MaintenanceTime="06:10:00" # Cleanup will run every 12 hours starting at this time
+
+_opt_hosts_hfaxd="192.168.[0-9]+.[0-9]+" # Default "", hosts to add to hosts.hfaxd
+_opt_pagesize="Letter" # A4, Letter, Legal
+
+# How to install:
+# Recommended build command: makepkg -scCfi
+
+# Before running faxsetup, let's see which daemons we want to run.
+# man faxq # used only if modems are present on this system
+# man hfaxd # also read the part about SNPP
+# Enable the ones you want. faxsetup will start them.
+# systemctl enable faxq
+# systemctl enable hfaxd
+
+# sudo faxsetup
+
+# faxsetup will ask to run faxaddmodem only if there are no modems set up.
+# Answer yes if you like but you might as well answer no to
+# Do you want to run faxaddmodem to configure a modem [yes]? no
+# because you'll need to run faxaddmodem anyways to add more modems.
+
+# You can run with or without faxgetty
+# faxgetty makes your setup more reliable and easier to manage.
+# faxgetty is suitable for send/receive or send only environments.
+# faxgetty is not required. If using faxgetty answer "NO" to
+# Should I run faxmodem for each configured modem [yes]? no
+# and enable/start your modems.
+# faxmodem systemd support is incomplete. Modems will not autostart on boot.
+
+# sudo faxaddmodem
+# Add as many modems as you like. See below for some untested high speed techniques.
+
+# Enable one of the modems with some of the following commands.
+
+# sudo systemctl enable faxgetty@ttyUSB0.service
+# sudo systemctl start faxgetty@ttyUSB0.service
+# sudo systemctl enable faxgetty@ttyACM0.service
+# sudo systemctl start faxgetty@ttyACM0.service
+
+# You only need to enable the first faxgetty service manually. faxsetup will
+# detect that faxgetty is in use and automatically enable and start all
+# configured modems. When all modems are added run faxsetup again to restart
+# the servers and enable all modems.
+
+# sudo faxsetup
+
+# HylaFAX recommends you run faxsetup to restart the servers after every
+# upgrade. This PKGBUILD is programmed to not require this. You need to run
+# faxsetup whenever ghostscript upgrades or the fonts won't be found. This
+# needs to be fixed if anyone can figure out how.
+
+# Are the services running?
+# systemctl status faxq
+# systemctl status hfaxd
+# systemctl list-units "faxgetty@*.service"
+# systemctl list-timers
+
+# Once you have a modem set up with phone line unplugged
+# sendfax -n -d 5175551212 /etc/passwd
+# Once you see that the modem is trying to send, let's see the job.
+# faxstat -s
+# Let's delete that job (change the id as necessary)
+# faxrm 1
+# Be patient. This can take a minute if the job is active on a modem in faxq.
+# Let's see what happened to that job.
+# faxstat -sd
+# After you get a few real faxes sent, let's see how we're performing.
+# xferfaxstats
+# Let's see a log file
+# less /var/spool/hylafax/etc/xferfaxlog
+
+# Avoid restarting the daemons manually with systemctl. Too many commands, and
+# too tricky. Use faxsetup to restart the daemons and enable the modems.
+
+# If the skel defaults are correct and prefab modem configs are available a
+# large number of modems could be automatically set up this way.
+# cd /dev; for i in ttyUSB[1-3]; do faxaddmodem -nointeractive -s 38400 $i; done
+
+# Once the first one is set up, a fast, loose, and untested method for a very
+# large number of identical modems could work like this:
+# cd /dev
+# mdmlist=`echo ttyUSB* ttyS* ttya[a-m]*` # example 8 USB, 4 serial, 13*16=832 Digi PortServer (dgrp).
+# # This is ridiculous of course since there's no single computer with enough
+# # power to run 844 fax modems.
+# cd /var/spool/hylafax
+# for ttymdm in $mdmlist; do
+# if [ "$ttymdm" != "ttyUSB0" ]; then
+# cp -p /etc/config.ttyUSB0 /etc/config.$ttymdm
+# mkfifo FIFO.$ttymdm
+# # faxmodem $ttymdm
+# systemctl enable faxgetty@$ttymodem.service
+# systemctl start faxgetty@$ttymodem.service
+# fi
+# done
+
+# Helpful guides
+# Arch Wiki: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Hylafax
+# Debian Wiki: https://wiki.debian.org/HylaFax
+# Gentoo Wiki: http://www.gentoo-wiki.info/HylaFAX
+# Univention Wiki: http://wiki.univention.com/index.php?title=HylaFAX_setup
+# HylaFAX user contributions: ftp://ftp.hylafax.org/contrib/
+
+# VGETTY: http://www.cril.ch/anciens_projets.html.html#vgetty_voice_mail_and_extensions Vgetty Documentation Center
+# VGETTY: http://alpha.greenie.net/vgetty/
+
+# Linux modem support is troublesome. Serial based products all create ttys
+# which requires them to be kernel modules. Linux changes the kernel interface
+# constantly for peak functionality and performance. This means that many
+# modem products work for a while then quit working as of a certain kernel
+# version. Manufacturers much prefer Windows where driver compatibility is
+# maintained over many versions rather than going back to revise the driver
+# each time the Linux kernel devs change something. Arch Linux as a rolling
+# release is on the front lines of this constant change. Modems are a
+# declining market so manufacturers have little interest in continuously
+# revising drivers. The solution for us is to stick to interfaces that are
+# actively maintained either by the manufacturers or by the Linux kernel devs.
+
+# Here are the ones that continue to work even on the latest kernels. I'm only
+# listing brands with 2 or more ports and modems I've tried. Multi port serial
+# products is sorted by number of lights. I'm only listing products similar
+# to those I've tried. There may be other well supported products.
+
+# Ethernet serial: Digi PortServer dgrp
+# Note: Some fax documentation recommend against Ethernet serial servers
+# because of the unpredictable delays inherent in Ethernet communication.
+# I don't see any other way to support hundreds of modems.
+# FTDI USB Serial 2: VSCOM
+# FTDI USB Serial 2: Perle Ultraport
+# FTDI USB Serial 2: Sewell
+# FTDI USB Serial 2: BrainBoxes US
+# FTDI USB Serial 2: B&B Electronics ULINX
+# FTDI USB Serial 2: Startech
+# FTDI USB Serial 2: SIIG
+# FTDI USB Serial 2: SerialGear
+# FTDI USB Serial 2: EasySYNC
+# FTDI USB Serial 2: Shentek
+# FTDI USB Serial 1: SeaLevel SeaLINK
+# FTDI USB Serial 0: Digi Edgeport
+# FTDI USB Serial 0: Comtrol RocketPort
+# FTDI USB Serial 0: Hightek HK
+# ACM USB Serial: Zyxel Multitech MT5634ZBA-USB-V.92-AV
+# (This modem is properly supported by usbserial & udev in Linux 4.0+. You
+# don't need the mknod instructions found at the Multitech web site.)
+
+# I prefer USB over PCI, PCIe, or Ethernet. Ethernet has timing issues.
+# No reason to compete for a limited number of high performance PCIe slots
+# with low performance serial devices. ISA, EISA, VESA, PCI, PCIe are all
+# temporary technologies that will be replaced eventually. USB will last
+# essentially forever with no changes.
+
+# For an interesting discussion of Hylafax vs Hylafax+ vs vsi-fax see:
+# http://lists.opensuse.org/opensuse/2009-09/msg00269.html
+# Re: [opensuse] Update Hylafax 4.4 to 6.03 with src.rpm on OpenSuSE 10.3
+
+set -u
+pkgname='hylafaxplus'
+_pkgnick='hylafax'
+pkgver='5.5.6'
+pkgrel='1'
+pkgdesc='Enterprise Fax Server'
+arch=('i686' 'x86_64')
+install='hylafax.install'
+license=('custom:SGI')
+depends=('dash' 'libtiff' 'pam' 'ghostscript' 'gsfonts' 'sharutils' 'jbigkit' 'lcms2' 'smtp-server') # 'cron'
+# BASE64 is the default so HylaFAX+ doesn't need uuencode but I put it in anyways to placate configure and the bin finder in faxsetup!
+url='http://hylafax.sourceforge.net/'
+provides=('hylafax')
+conflicts=('hylafax')
+# backup=(var/spool/hylafax/bin/{faxrcvd,notify})
+# 'var/spool/hylafax/etc/hosts.hfaxd') # This is better handled with a .default file.
+source=("http://downloads.sourceforge.net/hylafax/${_pkgnick}-${pkgver}.tar.gz"
+ hylafax.{timer,service}
+ 'fmfix.pl'
+ 'faxq.service'
+ 'hfaxd.service'
+ 'faxgetty@.service'
+ 'sendfaxvsi-1.0.tgz')
+sha256sums=('15ccb66d076d1bc399eb2358291fe33b64ddeca23ccdbb691b75039b5ef5ee2e'
+ 'ad13d5171f5a8eb55a5773fc429dcef8418db90a8742cec18484534e86198da8'
+ '7b481d783f3c18303acd7d650321313302401e780616dce1f80b71a210bb58cf'
+ 'c9e9ad380aa50282125d2693e1ce7b65dedf4f5df22032a3fa60fbd1a75c87d9'
+ '55505ff501e36281aa2b9c85fe0609d9cd04428a4b6d36e2754919411b615d2d'
+ 'be96cf8c5fc14fde96c7d37dc9ba2e604aeebe57ce8d5c95dd7567d7e794f3b0'
+ '3f4cddd872be106041ecc460b7d738a5612668f447c783d5c9e71d9c1b7f62bb'
+ 'e80c6ffcb5f48bc1bf746b12d40abb94fe5ae79558edfad9c509ade6778cf2cf')
+optdepends=('avantfax: manage HylaFAX+ through web browser'
+ #'HERMESfax: manage HylaFAX+ through web browser' # Way too old
+ 't38modem: sip/voip fax modem pool interface'
+ 'fax4cups: CUPS fax printer' # http://vigna.di.unimi.it/fax4CUPS/
+ 'faxfrontend: CUPS fax printer' # https://www.vitki.net/book/page/integrating-hylafax-cups
+ '2Fax: ascii to fax generator including pictures and fonts' # http://www.atbas.org/2fax/ascii.php
+ #'cypheus: (Windows) manage HylaFAX+' # Pretty old
+# Too ad like... We'll leave them here for avid readers.
+ #'Winprint-HylaFAX-Reloaded: (Windows) print to fax' # http://nerdvittles.com/?p=738 Incredible Fax: Free Faxing Returns to Incredible PBX 1.8
+ #'WinPrint-Hylafax-for-Windows: (Windows) print to fax'
+ #'Hylafax-support: iFax Solutions can help configure your fax system'
+)
+# 'sambafax'
+# 'gfax: fax from Gnome (X)'
+
+# The HylaFAX binaries work very well. The scripts need major fixes!
+# HylaFAX+ is pretty much completely broken for any Linux install,
+# and some parts are broken for other Unix too. The original HylaFAX
+# is even more broken. I scanned some other package builds:
+# [x] dpkg .deb: Debian, Ubuntu
+# [x] RPM/YUM spec: RHEL, Redhat, SUSE, CentOS, Fedora, Yellow Dog
+# [x] Slackbuild tgz: Slackware
+# [x] Pacman PKGBUILD: Arch Linux
+# [x] Portage ebuild: Gentoo, Sabayon
+# [ ] Ports: FreeBSD
+# These have a few well chosen ./configure options but no substantial sed hacks
+# of any kind. I'm wondering how anyone gets HylaFAX running.
+# HylaFAX was designed to be an easy install,
+# and with a little sedery, it can be again.
+# -CJS
+
+# Note: I only send faxes. Fax receiving might need a bunch more patches.
+
+_pkginit() {
+ if [ "${SOURCEONLY:-0}" -ne 0 ]; then # see makepkg -S if this var changes
+ if [ "${_opt_FAXNumber}" != '+1.517.555.0001' -o "${_opt_LocalIdentifier}" != 'ArchLinuxFAX' ]; then
+ echo 'Our fax info must be removed from the PKGBUILD' 1>&2
+ echo 'to produce a source package.' 1>&2
+ exit 1
+ fi
+ fi
+}
+_pkginit
+
+build() {
+ set -u
+ cd "${srcdir}/${_pkgnick}-${pkgver}"
+
+ # sbin is deprecated and should not be used. We'll obliterate
+ # all uses of /sbin. Some /sbin not applicable to our OS are left alone.
+ sed -i -e 's:^\(DIR_SBIN=/usr/local/\)sbin$:\1bin:g' \
+ -e 's|:/sbin:\($PATH\)|:\1|g' \
+ -e 's|\(findApp [^ ]\+ \)/sbin:\($PATH\)|\1\2|g' \
+ -e 's|\(findAppDef [^ ]\+ \)/sbin:\($PATH\)|\1\2|g' \
+ -e 's|^\(PATH=$PATH:/bin:/usr/bin\)\(:/etc\)$|\1 # \2 # it was an insanely stupid choice for some UNIX systems to put /etc in the path!|g' \
+ -e 's:^\(test -d /usr/sbin &&\):#\1:g' \
+ -e 's:^#!/bin/sh$:#!/usr/bin/dash:g' \
+ 'configure'
+
+ # Eliminate all uses of /bin/sh which on Arch Linux is bash. configure gets
+ # some of them. dash is partly for performance on high volume fax servers
+ # and partly to ensure my changes to scripts conform to strict POSIX.
+ # Upstream is more likely to accept the patches if they don't need to
+ # remove bashishms.
+ sed -i -e 's:^#! */bin/sh$:#!/usr/bin/dash:g' \
+ 'config.'{guess,sub} faxmail/mailfax.sh* dist/new*
+ sed -i -e 's:execl("/bin/sh":execl("/usr/bin/dash":g' \
+ faxd/{faxApp.c++,faxGettyApp.c++}
+
+ # apply PKGBUILD defaults to default etc/skel for hands free multi modem setup
+ sed -i -e 's/^\(AreaCode:\s\+\)[^#\t]\+\(.*\)$'"/\1${_opt_AreaCode}\2/g" \
+ -e 's/^\(FAXNumber:\s\+\)[^#\t]\+\(.*\)$'"/\1${_opt_FAXNumber}\2/g" \
+ -e 's/^\(LocalIdentifier:\s\+\)[^#\t]\+\(.*\)$'"/\1\"${_opt_LocalIdentifier}\"\2/g" \
+ -e 's/^\(RingsBeforeAnswer:\s\+\)[^#\t]\+\(.*\)$'"/\1${_opt_RingsBeforeAnswer}\2/g" \
+ 'config/skel'
+
+ sed -i -e '# More sbin fixes' \
+ -e 's:^\(test -d /usr/sbin &&\):#\1:g' \
+ -e "# Add crude systemd support. faxmodem init on boot is still missing but I'm using faxgetty so I don't care" \
+ -e 's/^\(DIR_SYSVINIT\)=@SYSVINITDIR@$/\1="systemd"/g' \
+ -e 's:^\(\s\+\)if \[ -f ${DIR_SYSVINIT}/hylafax \]; then$:\1ishylaInit ()\n\1{\n\1if [ "${DIR_SYSVINIT}" = "systemd" ]; then\n\1 systemctl -q is-active hfaxd.service\n\1else\n\1 [ -f ${DIR_SYSVINIT}/hylafax ]\n\1fi\n\1}\n\n\1if ishylaInit; then:g' \
+ -e 's/^\(\s\+\)\(if kill $HFAXD; then\)$/\1if [ "${DIR_SYSVINIT}" = "systemd" ]; then\n\1 systemctl stop hfaxd.service\n\1el\2/g' \
+ -e 's:^\(\s\+\)\($DIR_SBIN/faxquit >/dev/null 2>&1\)$:\1if [ "$DIR_SYSVINIT" = "systemd" ]; then\n\1 systemctl stop faxq.service\n\1else\n\1 \2\n\1fi:g' \
+ -e 's/^\( \)\(kill $HFAXD\)$/\1\2 (SysV)\nor\n\1systemctl stop hfaxd.service (systemd)\n/g' \
+ -e 's:^\(\s\+\)\(if \[ -x ${DIR_SYSVINIT}/hylafax \]; then\)$:\1# The systemd code does not adequately duplicate the functionality of SysV\n\1if [ "$DIR_SYSVINIT" = "systemd" ]; then\n\1 if isOK "$FAXQ_SERVER"; then systemctl start faxq.service; fi\n\1 if isOK "$HFAXD_SNPP_SERVER"; then\n\1 sed -i -e '"'"'s|^\\(ExecStart=/usr/bin/hfaxd -i hylafax\\)\\(.*\\)$|\\1 -s snpp|g'"'"' /usr/lib/systemd/system/hfaxd.service\n\1 else\n\1 sed -i -e '"'"'s|^\\(ExecStart=/usr/bin/hfaxd -i hylafax\\)\\(.*\\)$|\\1|g'"'"' /usr/lib/systemd/system/hfaxd.service\n\1 fi\n\1 systemctl daemon-reload\n\1 if isOK "$HFAXD_SERVER"; then systemctl start hfaxd.service; fi\n\1el\2:g' \
+ -e '# Fix FAXD= typo' \
+ -e 's:^\(\s\+\)\(FAXD="`findproc hfaxd`"\)$:\1H\2:g' \
+ -e "# Remove ' for mcedit syntax highlighter" \
+ -e 's:\([dD]on\)'"'"'t:\1t:g' \
+ -e "# This would have been easier to fix if the error wasn't hidden" \
+ -e 's:^\(\s\+\)\($DIR_SBIN/faxmodem $devid\)\( >/dev/null 2>&1\)$:\1\2 #\3 # Hiding these errors is counter productive!:g' \
+ -e '# Fix LN for anyone who has LN in their environment' \
+ -e 's:^\(LN=\):unset LN\n\1:g' \
+ -e '# vgetty and egetty are not readily available on Arch Linux so kill the warning.' \
+ -e '# Supress warning: /bin/vgetty does not exist or is not an executable program!' \
+ -e '# Supress warning: /bin/egetty does not exist or is not an executable program!' \
+ -e 's|^\(\s\+\)\(test -x $PATH_\)\([VE]GETTY\)\(.\+\)$|\1echo "\3 not available for Arch Linux" # \2\3\4 # http://www.hylafax.org/site2/HylaFAQ/Q360.html Q360: The truth about egetty/vgetty|g' \
+ -e '# The gsfonts are likely to never be again placed in this folder.' \
+ -e '# Why does gs report the folder in the search path?' \
+ -e '# Supress warning: /usr/share/ghostscript/fonts does not exist or is not a directory!' \
+ -e 's|^\(\s\+\)\(if \[ -d $FDIR \]; then\)$|\1if [ ! -d "$FDIR" -a "$FDIR" = "/usr/share/ghostscript/fonts" ]; then\n\1 echo -n ""\n\1el\2|g' \
+ -e '# Branding' \
+ -e 's|^\(Note "Setup program for HylaFAX (tm) $VERSION\)."$|\1-Arch Linux."|g' \
+ -e '# Improve display for 25 line screens. I skipped one that would take too much regex to get.' \
+ -e 's|^\(\t\t\)\(Note ""\)$|\1# \2|g' \
+ -e 's|^\(\t \)\(Note ""\)$|\1# \2|g' \
+ -e '# Fix genfontmap output to get rid of glyph metric error.' \
+ -e 's:\($DIR_SPOOL/bin/genfontmap.ps\) \(> $DIR_SPOOL/etc/Fontmap.HylaFAX\):\1 | $DIR_SPOOL/bin/fmfix.pl \2:g' \
+ -e '# Fix some typos. Clarify SNPP.' \
+ -e 's|\(\[2\] Init script starts hfaxd\)|\1:|g' \
+ -e 's|\(\[3\] Start paging protocol\):\t|\1 (SNPP):|g' \
+ -e '# systemd handling of faxgetty. Using sed limits how nice I can make the hacks.' \
+ -e 's|^\(\s\+\)\(echo $DIR_SBIN/faxquit $devid\)$|\1if [ "$DIR_SYSVINIT" = "systemd" ]; then\n\1 systemctl enable "faxgetty@$devid.service"\n\1 systemctl restart "faxgetty@$devid.service"\n\1else\n\1 \2|g' \
+ -e 's|^\(\s\+\)\($DIR_SBIN/faxquit $devid >/dev/null 2>&1\)$|\1 \2\n\1fi|g' \
+ -e 's|^\(\s\+\)\(if \[ -f /etc/inittab \]; then\)$|\1if [ "$DIR_SYSVINIT" = "systemd" ]; then\n\1 FAXGETTY="`cd /etc/systemd/system/multi-user.target.wants; echo faxgetty@*.service`"; test "$FAXGETTY" = "faxgetty@*.service" \&\& unset FAXGETTY\n\1el\2|g' \
+ -e 's|^\(\s\+\)\(if \[ "$init" \]; then\)$|\1if [ "$DIR_SYSVINIT" = "systemd" ]; then\n\1 for x in $DEVS; do\n\1 devid="`expr $x : '"'"'config.\\(.*\\)'"'"'`"\n\1 if [ -w $DIR_SPOOL/FIFO.$devid ]; then\n\1 systemctl enable "faxgetty@$devid.service"\n\1 systemctl restart "faxgetty@$devid.service"\n\1 fi\n\1 done\n\1el\2|g' \
+ -e '# Remove /etc from path' \
+ -e 's|^\(PATH\)=.\+$|\1=/usr/bin:/usr/local/sbin|g' \
+ -e '# Apply default area code for easier setup' \
+ -e 's|^\(AREACODE\)=.\+$'"|\1=${_opt_AreaCode}|g" \
+ 'etc/faxsetup.sh.in'
+
+ # Var $TTY clashes with the Arch Linux environment and likely all other Linux
+ # too. $TTY contains the terminal device from `tty`. With this already set
+ # to a known valid terminal, faxaddmodem never asks for a modem device and
+ # immedately tests the terminal for a modem. We haven't used modems for
+ # terminals for a long time and even when we did, you can't test a modem
+ # while it's "off hook" actively running a terminal. This bug blocks the
+ # to add modems interactively by running faxaddmodem or faxsetup leaving
+ # big hole of complexity in setting up HylaFAX+.
+ # Until we fix this, automatic modem setup in faxsetup must be skipped.
+ # Modems can only be added with "faxaddmodem ttyUSB0". Then you need to run
+ # faxsetup again to start all the modems.
+
+ # We change TTY -> MDMTTY instead of -> TTYMDM to prevent sed recursive replace.
+
+ # "faxaddmodem /dev/ttyUSB0" adds the device as "config._dev_ttyUSB0". This
+ # would be clever if the scripts could handle this, but they can't. We'll trim
+ # /dev/ off so the scripts work. It is too much to ask installing admins to
+ # remember to leave /dev/ off when no screens specify such. If the device
+ # is outside of /dev/ then we leave the folder intact resulting in a device
+ # like "config._proc_stuff". I'm certain this won't work but
+ # until someone finds a use for a device outside of /dev
+ # this set of bugs will stay the way they are.
+ # Fix bugs in /dev/tty* handling. Make faxaddmodem /dev/ttyUSB0 behave the
+ # same as faxaddmodem ttyUSB0.
+ # With all these bugs fixed you can install HylaFAX+ the way it was
+ # originally designed, and it's not very hard.
+ sed -s -i -e 's:$TTY\>:$MDMTTY:g' \
+ -e 's:\<TTY=:MDMTTY=:g' \
+ -e 's:\<read TTY\>:read MDMTTY:g' \
+ -e 's:^\(DEVPATH="/dev/"\)$:\1\ncleanMDM () {\n if [ "$1" = "`dirname "$2"`/" ]; then\n MDMTTY="`basename $2`"\n else\n MDMTTY="$2"\n fi\n case "$MDMTTY" in\n /*)SHOWTTY="$MDMTTY";;\n "")SHOWTTY=;;\n *)SHOWTTY="$1$MDMTTY";;\n esac\n}\ncleanMDM "$DEVPATH" "$MDMTTY"\n:g' \
+ -e 's?^\(\s\+\)\(prompt "Serial port that modem is connected to .\+\)$?\1echo ""\n\1echo "Leave /dev off if your device is in /dev"\n\1echo "Examples: ttyUSB0, ttyACM0, ttyS0"\n\1\2\n\1test "$MDMTTY" || (cd /dev; ls tty[^0-9]*)\n\1cleanMDM "$DEVPATH" "$MDMTTY"?g' \
+ -e 's?$DEVPATH$MDMTTY?$SHOWTTY?g' \
+ etc/{faxaddmodem,probemodem}.sh.in
+ # It is not necessary to add faster baud rates to the 2 modem scripts.
+ # 38400 is only the speed at which the script will test the modem.
+ # The modem config will set the proper speed during use.
+
+ # quick grammar error fix
+ sed -i -e 's:^a \(modem device \):\1:g' 'man/ondelay.1m'
+
+ #exit 1
+ unset LN # On my system this has something in it. The script should
+ # probably be fixed to prefix _var_ on all variables. Like TTY in Linux,
+ # given enough systems and enough time eventually a variable conflict will
+ # occur. Prefixing should prevent this. The idea is to pick a prefix so obtuse
+ # that no sane person would ever pick it. What does that make us?
+ if [ ! -s 'Makefile' ]; then
+ ./configure --nointeractive --with-OPTIMIZER="${CFLAGS}" \
+ --target="${CARCH}-arch-linux" \
+ --nointeractive \
+ --with-DIR_BIN='/usr/bin' \
+ --with-DIR_LIB='/usr/lib' \
+ --with-DIR_LIBDATA='/usr/lib/fax' \
+ --with-DIR_LIBEXEC='/usr/bin' \
+ --with-DIR_MAN='/usr/share/man' \
+ --with-DIR_SBIN='/usr/bin' \
+ --with-SYSVINIT='no' \
+ --with-PAGESIZE="${_opt_pagesize}" \
+ --with-SCRIPT_SH='/usr/bin/dash'
+ fi
+
+# --with-PATH_AFM='/usr/share/fonts/Type1' gs ignores this
+
+ # unknown isn't good enough for me. Let's brand!
+ # We don't brand any of the build files which just get deleted anyways.
+ #sed -s -i -e 's:-unknown-linux-:-arch-linux-:g' \
+ # etc/{faxaddmodem,probemodem,faxsetup}.sh
+ # This crude branding was eliminated by the configure option above.
+
+ # A patch from the Gentoo hylafaxplus ebuild. hostname -f produces a useless result on my system
+ # sed -i -e "s:hostname:hostname -f:g" util/{faxrcvd,pollrcvd}.sh.in
+ # More patches from the Gentoo hylafaxplus ebuild
+ # Respect LDFLAGS(at least partially)
+ # sed -i -e "/^LDFLAGS/s/LDOPTS}/LDOPTS} ${LDFLAGS}/" defs.in
+ # sed -i -e "s|-fpic|-fPIC|g" configure
+
+ # A serious error that needs a bit more explanation before somebody gets fired.
+ sed -s -i -e 's|\(emsg = fxStr::format("Unable to open scheduler FIFO: %s\)\(",\)$|\1 (try running faxsetup)\2|g' \
+ 'hfaxd/FIFO.c++'
+ #exit 1
+ make -s # -j $(nproc) # hylafax is not multi threaded make compatible
+ cd "${srcdir}/sendfaxvsi-1.0"
+ sh -u make.sh
+ set +u
+}
+
+package() {
+ set -u
+ cd "${srcdir}/${_pkgnick}-${pkgver}"
+ make INSTALLROOT="${pkgdir}" install
+
+ # My crude VSI-FAX tag support
+ install -D -m 755 "${srcdir}/sendfaxvsi-1.0/sendfaxvsi" "${pkgdir}/usr/bin/sendfaxvsi"
+
+ # Thanks to mc I can see that these files have the wrong permissions.
+ chmod 644 "${pkgdir}/var/spool/hylafax/bin/"*.ps
+
+ # Remove files that are not needed on Linux (from RPM .spec)
+ rm -f "${pkgdir}/usr/bin/"{faxsetup.irix,faxsetup.bsdi}
+ rm -f "${pkgdir}/usr/bin/"{ps2fax.imp,ps2fax.dps}
+ rm -f "${pkgdir}/usr/share/man/man1/sgi2fax.1"
+
+ # Huge screwup! We don't want to lose this log file on every upgrade.
+ rm -f "${pkgdir}/var/spool/hylafax/etc/xferfaxlog"
+
+ # Leaving this FIFO in the package makes it so that an accidental upgrade to
+ # a live production system immediately shuts down all fax traffic
+ # therby forcing the admin to quickly run faxsetup to restore operation,
+ # and that's only if the admin knows what to do because the errors on
+ # sendfax don't reveal much about the problem.
+# 460 Failed to submit job 6: Unable to open scheduler FIFO: No such file or directory.
+ # See above for where we amend this error.
+ # Removing the FIFO ensures that the system will continue to run
+ # after an upgrade until it is convenient to run faxsetup to restart the
+ # daemons. Besides, the package doesn't create the FIFO correctly anyways.
+ rm -f "${pkgdir}/var/spool/hylafax/FIFO" || :
+
+ # My fixer tool to get rid of the glyph metrics warning. Look above for where sed hacks this in.
+ # Alternate solution: ftp://ftp.hylafax.org/contrib/fontmap/fontmap.pl
+ # Alternate solution: configure --with-AFM=no (seems supported only in HylaFAX, not HylaFAX+)
+ install -D -m 744 "${srcdir}/fmfix.pl" "${pkgdir}/var/spool/hylafax/bin"
+ # install -D -m 744 "${srcdir}/hylafax.cron.daily" "${pkgdir}/etc/cron.daily/hylafax" # all systemd now
+
+ # Install user selected hosts. Duplicate Samba's technique of making
+ # foo.default as part of the package leaving foo to be user modified.
+ # foo.default is copied to foo during the first install and removed or
+ # upgraded automatically if same as original.
+ # This fixes many problems and enables a lot of functionality.
+ # * The Arch Linux Pacman file backup technique isn't friendly to reinstalls.
+ # * Whether and what user changes can be easily found with any diff tool.
+ # * You can start over with a new copy preserving only the crufty
+ # user mods you still want.
+ # * Related installers can add their own foo.superbar.default files without
+ # calously overwriting user mods preventing the problem where
+ # "Installing superbar will fubar your server" and the apps can be installed
+ # in any order. Diff can be used to determine which variant is in use
+ # and more diff can be used to switch user mods from one variant to another.
+ # * Installers can automatically remove or upgrade unchanged files.
+ # * Users are encouraged to make their own defaults like foo.central.default
+ # complete with their own installers.
+ # * Eventually this leads to the proper use where the master script sources
+ # bunches of addons to obtain the desired result.
+ # * When you see a .default file you know the related file is supposed to be
+ # modifed.
+
+ local _outfile="${pkgdir}/var/spool/hylafax/etc/hosts.hfaxd.default"
+ mv "${pkgdir}/var/spool/hylafax/etc/hosts.hfaxd" "${_outfile}"
+ local _host_first=1
+ for _host in ${_opt_hosts_hfaxd}; do
+ if [ "${_host_first}" -ne 0 ]; then
+ _host_first=0
+ cat >> "${_outfile}" << EOF
+# The .default of this file will always be overwritten by upgrades. Modify the non .default copies!
+# The following hosts were added by an install option in the ${pkgname}-${pkgver} PKGBUILD from Arch Linux AUR
+# http://aur.archlinux.org/
+EOF
+ fi
+ echo "${_host}" >> "${_outfile}"
+ done
+
+ # More user customizable files from the Slackbuild
+ cd "${pkgdir}/var/spool/hylafax/etc"
+ for _outfile in dialrules* 'cover.templ' 'dpsprinter.ps'; do
+ mv "${_outfile}" "${_outfile}.default"
+ done
+
+ cd "${srcdir}/${_pkgnick}-${pkgver}"
+ # Extended name .default for these files allowing AvantFAX and others
+ # to Install their own versions.
+ for _outfile in 'archive' 'faxrcvd' 'notify' 'pollrcvd'; do
+ mv "${pkgdir}/var/spool/hylafax/bin/${_outfile}" "${pkgdir}/var/spool/hylafax/bin/${_outfile}.hylafaxplus.default"
+ done
+
+ # add systemd files
+ install -D -m644 "${srcdir}/hfaxd.service" "${pkgdir}/usr/lib/systemd/system/hfaxd.service"
+ install -D -m644 "${srcdir}/faxq.service" "${pkgdir}/usr/lib/systemd/system/faxq.service"
+ install -D -m644 "${srcdir}/faxgetty@.service" "${pkgdir}/usr/lib/systemd/system/faxgetty@.service"
+ install -D -m644 'COPYRIGHT' "${pkgdir}/usr/share/licenses/${_pkgnick}/COPYRIGHT"
+ # systemd timer (from the HylaFAX PKGBUILD). No need to install cron. This should be split into two timers.
+ install -D -m644 "${srcdir}/hylafax.timer" "${pkgdir}/usr/lib/systemd/system/hylafax.timer"
+ # insert the selected maintenance time
+ sed -i -e 's/^\(OnCalendar\)=.\+$'"/\1=*-*-* ${_opt_MaintenanceTime}/g" "${pkgdir}/usr/lib/systemd/system/hylafax.timer"
+ install -D -m644 "${srcdir}/hylafax.service" "${pkgdir}/usr/lib/systemd/system/hylafax.service"
+ install -d -m755 "${pkgdir}/usr/lib/systemd/system/multi-user.target.wants"
+ # ln -s '../hylafax.timer' "${pkgdir}/usr/lib/systemd/system/multi-user.target.wants/hylafax.timer" # better done in install with systemctl enable
+ set +u
+}
+set +u
diff --git a/faxgetty@.service b/faxgetty@.service
new file mode 100644
index 00000000000..e025eb6f655
--- /dev/null
+++ b/faxgetty@.service
@@ -0,0 +1,23 @@
+# This file is part of systemd.
+#
+# systemd is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
+# under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License as published by
+# the Free Software Foundation; either version 2.1 of the License, or
+# (at your option) any later version.
+
+[Unit]
+Description=HylaFAX+ faxgetty on %i
+Documentation=man:faxgetty(8)
+After=faxq.service hfaxd.service
+
+[Service]
+ExecStart=/usr/bin/faxgetty %i
+Type=simple
+Restart=always
+RestartSec=0
+KillMode=process
+
+KillSignal=SIGTERM
+
+[Install]
+WantedBy=multi-user.target
diff --git a/faxq.service b/faxq.service
new file mode 100644
index 00000000000..378aa25f812
--- /dev/null
+++ b/faxq.service
@@ -0,0 +1,11 @@
+[Unit]
+Description=HylaFAX+ queue manager
+Documentation=man:faxq(8)
+
+[Service]
+Type=forking
+ExecStart=/usr/bin/faxq
+ExecReload=/bin/kill -HUP $MAINPID
+
+[Install]
+WantedBy=multi-user.target
diff --git a/fmfix.pl b/fmfix.pl
new file mode 100755
index 00000000000..c3571b41219
--- /dev/null
+++ b/fmfix.pl
@@ -0,0 +1,71 @@
+#!/usr/bin/perl
+require 5.008;
+
+# fmfix.pl v1.0
+
+# Copyright 2015 by Chris Severance aur.severach aATt spamgourmet dott com
+# May be distributed under the terms of the GNU Public Licence, V2 or any later version.
+
+# For HylaFAX+, 2015/05/11 Chris Severance for Arch Linux
+
+# Usage: gs -q -sDEVICE=tiffg3 -sFONTPATH=/usr/share/fonts/Type1 /var/spool/hylafax/bin/genfontmap.ps | fmfix.pl > Fontmap.HylaFAX
+# Note: gs requires a FONTPATH but completely ignores any fonts contained within.
+# All you get is a lousy copy of /usr/share/ghostscript/0.00/Resource/Init/Fontmap.GS mangled by genfontmap.ps
+# which could have been obtained much less obtusely with the likes of sed, awk, cut, expr,
+# or a crufty perl script similar to this one.
+
+# gsfontmap.ps used to produce all lines with filenames:
+# (Hershey-Script-Simplex-Bold) (hrscsb.gsf) ;
+# but now for some fonts it just puts the name:
+# (Courier) /NimbusMon-Reg ;
+# figuring that gs will know how to find them. This totally borks HylaFAX+ TextFormat.c++
+# ability to find the associated .afm metrics file so you get an error:
+# NimbusMon-Bol: No glyph metric table located...
+# To fix this we quit using the new URWfonts which don't have metrics
+# and use the old "35" gsfonts which do. They're already in the FONTPATH.
+# To make HylaFAX use them specifically we sub in
+# the filename instead of the new font name. This change only happens in
+# a HylaFAX+ config file so other apps that use ghostscript are not affected.
+
+# Hack-n-slash our way through the "35" Type 1 font files to get the names.
+# The .pfb files are of the form:
+# 6 hex codes, mostly consistent but might contain a \n
+# %!PS-AdobeFont-...: MyFontName ...\n
+
+use strict;
+use warnings;
+my $gsfolder="/usr/share/fonts/Type1"; # Arch Linux package 'gsfonts'
+opendir(GSFONTS, $gsfolder) or die "Can't open directory: $!\n";
+my $liner;
+my $file;
+my %fontxlat;
+while ($file = readdir(GSFONTS)) {
+ if ($file =~ m/[^.]+\.pfb/ ) {
+ open(FONT,"<",$gsfolder."/".$file) or die;
+ read (FONT, $liner,6, 0);
+ $liner = <FONT>;
+ if ( $liner =~ m/%!PS-AdobeFont[^:]+: ([^ ]+) /) {
+ #print "$file = $1\n"
+ $fontxlat{$1}=$file;
+ }
+ close(FONT);
+ }
+}
+closedir(GSFONTS);
+
+#open(FONTMAP,"<","Fontmap.HylaFAX") or die;
+
+# Convert all lines of the form
+# (BoringFontName)\t/AnotherBoringFontName ;
+# to
+# (BoringFontName)\t(InterestingFileName.pfb) ;
+
+while($liner = <STDIN>) {
+ if ($liner =~ m:^[(]([^)]+)[)]\t/([^ ]+) ;: and $fontxlat{$2} ) {
+ print "($1)\t($fontxlat{$2}) ;\n"; # % fixed by HylaFAX+ $0!
+ } else {
+ print $liner;
+ }
+}
+
+#close(FONTMAP);
diff --git a/hfaxd.service b/hfaxd.service
new file mode 100644
index 00000000000..31bd999b515
--- /dev/null
+++ b/hfaxd.service
@@ -0,0 +1,11 @@
+[Unit]
+Description=HylaFAX+ client-server protocol server
+Documentation=man:hfaxd(8)
+
+[Service]
+Type=forking
+ExecStart=/usr/bin/hfaxd -i hylafax
+ExecReload=/bin/kill -HUP $MAINPID
+
+[Install]
+WantedBy=multi-user.target
diff --git a/hylafax.cron.daily b/hylafax.cron.daily
new file mode 100644
index 00000000000..49ea9af51ef
--- /dev/null
+++ b/hylafax.cron.daily
@@ -0,0 +1,5 @@
+#!/bin/sh
+# HylaFAX+
+
+/usr/bin/faxqclean
+/usr/bin/faxcron -rcv 30
diff --git a/hylafax.install b/hylafax.install
new file mode 100644
index 00000000000..695c97bb160
--- /dev/null
+++ b/hylafax.install
@@ -0,0 +1,87 @@
+_print_install() {
+ printf "\n"
+ echo "Run faxsetup to configure and be sure to set..."
+ echo " The device to configure is usually ttyS0, ttyUSB0, or ttyACM0"
+ echo " The number of pages to accept to more than 25"
+ echo " The country code and area code"
+ echo " The faxclass to 2.0"
+ echo " Most other defaults are OK"
+ printf "\n"
+}
+
+_print_remove() {
+ printf "\n\n"
+ echo "You may manually remove /var/spool/hylafax and /usr/lib/fax if you do not need anything."
+ echo "You may also remove any aliases added to /etc/mail/aliases."
+ printf "\n"
+}
+
+post_install() {
+ groupadd -g 14 'uucp' &>/dev/null
+ useradd -u 10 -g 'uucp' -d '/' -s '/bin/false' 'uucp' &>/dev/null
+ #useradd -u 69 -g 'daemon' -d '/' -s '/bin/false' 'fax' &>/dev/null
+ post_upgrade
+ usermod -d '/' 'uucp' &>/dev/null
+ #usermod -d '/' 'fax' &>/dev/null
+ _print_install
+ mandb -q
+}
+
+# define _clean_or_copy_doit() to tell this what to do
+_clean_or_copy() {
+ for _outfile in 'archive' 'faxrcvd' 'notify' 'pollrcvd'; do
+ _clean_or_copy_doit "/var/spool/hylafax/bin/${_outfile}.hylafaxplus.default" "/var/spool/hylafax/bin/${_outfile}"
+ done
+ for _outfile in /var/spool/hylafax/etc/*.default; do
+ _clean_or_copy_doit "${_outfile}" "`expr "${_outfile}" : '^\(.\+\).default$'`"
+ done
+}
+
+post_upgrade() {
+ # Only some of the files and folders are chown uucp
+ chown 'uucp' '/var/spool/hylafax'/{,archive,bin,client,config,dev,docq,doneq,etc}
+ chown 'uucp' '/var/spool/hylafax'/{FIFO,info,log,pollq,recvq,sendq,status,tmp}
+ _clean_or_copy_doit() {
+ cp -np "$1" "$2"
+ chmod 'u+w' "$2"
+ }
+ _clean_or_copy
+
+ cp -n /dev/null "/var/spool/hylafax/etc/xferfaxlog" # This doesn't modify the timestamp of an existing file
+ chown 'uucp:uucp' '/var/spool/hylafax/etc/'{hosts.hfaxd,lutRS18.pcf,xferfaxlog}
+ #chown -R uucp /var/spool/hylafax/etc/templates
+ systemctl daemon-reload
+ systemctl enable 'hylafax.timer'
+ systemctl start 'hylafax.timer'
+ if [ ! -z "`command -v 'avantfaxsetup.sh'`" ]; then
+ avantfaxsetup.sh 2 'install'
+ fi
+}
+
+pre_upgrade() {
+ _clean_or_copy_doit() {
+ if [ "`md5sum < "$1"`" = "`md5sum < "$2"`" ]; then
+ rm -f "$2"
+ fi
+ }
+ _clean_or_copy
+}
+
+pre_remove() {
+ pre_upgrade
+ userdel 'uucp' &>/dev/null
+ ##groupdel 'uucp' &>/dev/null
+ #userdel 'fax' &>/dev/null
+ # we could put this into pre_upgrade() but I'd rather let the admin restart when convenient.
+ systemctl stop 'hfaxd.service'
+ systemctl stop 'faxq.service'
+ systemctl stop 'faxgetty@*.service'
+ systemctl stop 'hylafax.timer'
+ #rm -f '/var/spool/hylafax/bin/'{pdf2fax,ps2fax} '/var/spool/hylafax/dev/null'
+ _print_remove
+}
+
+post_remove() {
+ systemctl daemon-reload
+ mandb -q
+}
diff --git a/hylafax.service b/hylafax.service
new file mode 100644
index 00000000000..97f58aa9038
--- /dev/null
+++ b/hylafax.service
@@ -0,0 +1,13 @@
+[Unit]
+Description=HylaFAX+ daily fax queue cleanup and deletion of 30 days old faxes
+Documentation=man:faxqclean(8) man:faxcron(8)
+
+[Service]
+Type=oneshot
+ExecStart=/usr/bin/faxqclean
+ExecStart=/usr/bin/faxcron -rcv 30
+Nice=19
+IOSchedulingClass=best-effort
+IOSchedulingPriority=7
+#User=
+#Group=
diff --git a/hylafax.timer b/hylafax.timer
new file mode 100644
index 00000000000..796463acb2c
--- /dev/null
+++ b/hylafax.timer
@@ -0,0 +1,11 @@
+[Unit]
+Description=HylaFAX+ daily fax queue cleanup and deletion of 30 days old faxes
+Documentation=man:faxqclean(8) man:faxcron(8)
+
+[Timer]
+OnCalendar=daily
+AccuracySec=3h
+Persistent=true
+
+[Install]
+WantedBy=multi-user.target
diff --git a/sendfaxvsi-1.0.tgz b/sendfaxvsi-1.0.tgz
new file mode 100644
index 00000000000..38214bef11a
--- /dev/null
+++ b/sendfaxvsi-1.0.tgz
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