[K12OSN] MS box can't locate samba-ldap domain - dns issue?
sergio at turbocorp.com
Thu Dec 7 18:21:10 UTC 2006
I solved ALL my printing problems for both PCL5/6 with the "latest" hplip
driver (hplip-1.6.10.tar.gz) from http://hplip.sourceforge.net or
If you decide to install it, first remove ANY instances of hpijs* or older
versions of hplip AND read the README files :o)
<tears of joy> I connect wireless, scan, copy, fax, etc.</tears of joy>
On Wednesday 06 December 2006 20:56, Nick Fenger wrote:
> I just moved dhcp services for our main network to a fedora box running
> dhcp (our Actiontec DSL modem used to do it). When I did this my single
> Microsoft machine (win2k) that students used to print to our konica copier*
> ( with their samba/ldap authenticated logins) stopped letting them login.
> When I attempt to join my domain with the MS machine, the domain cannot
> be located. It says I have a DNS problem. I have been reading up on that
> actiontec and it seems that it did some DNS work.
> I have been very successful up to this point keeping my 4 K12LTSP servers
> and 1 samba/ldap PDC running with a total of 40 clients without having a
> solid understanding of linux microsoft/networking. Can anyone direct me to
> a tutorial/reading/resource that will help a newbie at this get it working?
> *if you have any ideas about printing to PCL5/6 printers/copiers from
> linux that would great too.. our linux machines lock up the copier's print
> controller when they print directly to the copier.
> Nick Fenger
> Technology Coordinator/ Technology Teacher
> Trillium Charter School, Portland, OR
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