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Old 12-22-2001, 04:31 PM   #1
Nate
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Registered: Dec 2001
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attaching to remote windows shared printers via UNC?


Is this possible? I have SAMBA installed, and it appears to be running.

Do I need to set up LPD? And if so, is there a non-cryptic HowTo on this?

I have to admit, for someone making the shift to learning Linux, something like Redmond Linux is a very good tool. I shows you all the paths being used, and the commands it is executing.
 
  


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