[Samba] Doubts about sharing a winprinter
Joel at HammersHome.com
Sat May 24 18:50:06 GMT 2003
You will have to look around for a driver in linux which will be
compatible with this printer. I know from experience that at least some
winprinters work with linux.
There is some hope, it seems.
On Sat, May 24, 2003 at 07:18:24PM +0200, Alfonso A. wrote:
> Hi there,
> I own a domestic lan with two computers, mine and my mother's one. Mine is called GREENDEMON and the other one is called BLUEDEMON and they both are configured to run on the REDLOCAL workgroup. I've Debian Woody running on GREENDEMON and Windows 98 running on BLUDEMON, with an attached Nec Silentwriter Superscript 610 printer. This printer is only compatible with Windows 9x systems, and I want to set up samba so I can print jobs from my computer (GREENDEMON). The printer is shared in the Windows 98 System. Here it is a little description
> GREENDEMON - IP 192.168.1.2 O.S. Debian
> BLUEDEMON - IP 192.168.1.3 O.S. Windows 98 with a Nec Silenwriter Superscript 610
> How can I print jobs from GREENDEMON using the shared printer? I've set up Debian quite good, so the only thing I really need is to use the printers.
> Any replies could help. Thank you very much.
> P.S. Sorry if my English isn't quite good, but I'm from Spain :-)
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