[K12OSN] Very frustrating!

"Terrell Prudé Jr." microman at cmosnetworks.com
Sun Feb 1 15:20:11 UTC 2009

Sudev Barar wrote:
> 2009/2/1 Joseph Bishay <joseph.bishay at gmail.com>:
> [SNIP]
>> next onto the desk, etc.  If I was to look into a new network printer
>> the quick question is  -- can you put a network printer on the same
>> switch as the thin client network?  If I need to follow this up with
>> more questions I'll probably start a new thread.
> Yes. Simply plug it in and use cups to declare it as a jet direct
> printer. Although I have no figures but I believe that a much larger
> percentage network printers work under linux.

This is the definitive resource.


Originally "LinuxPrinting", it is now "OpenPrinting" and hosted by the 
Linux Foundation.  Great site.

If you're thinking of an HP printer, then any of them are good save for 
the following models, which require that binary blob (the LaserJet 1000 
is one of them).  I've gotta give HP credit--they're much more open than 
in years past!


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