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What is vgetty???

Can I use it as a telephone answering machine???
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Yes, you can, provided that :

1) Your modem does voice;
2) Your modem is on the list of vgetty's supported modem chipsets.
3) You know some basics of shell scripting and
4) You are willing to RTFM (Readme.voice_shell , Readme.Beginners and other doc files that come with the mgetty package).

Good luck.

PS : There's a discussion going on on this topic in the "Linux General" area. You may want to join it.

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