Mike Chambers wrote: > If you have a printer installed, and set it to "sharing" on it's > properties, is that enough for another computer (windows vista or linux) > to be able to find/recognize it and use it? Or do you have to setup > samba as well? > With Windows XP, you set up an IPP printer. I would think Vista would be the same. > Hrm, have thought bout a way to use (if there is one) a printer router > type thing to plug it into to (has usb cable) let all computers connect > to it via printer server or something along those lines (already have > linksys wireless router)? > If the print server supports IPP, it is easy. Chances are that CUPS will detect it. Using a lpr type print server is slightly harder, but not much. Windows requires a bit more work. I would expect the router/print server to support IPP, and possible a couple more protocols. Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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