Originally Posted by TroN-0074
To see all the devices connected to your network you click on the network icon on your file browser (Open up a folder and look at the pane on the left side and click on the network icon there) click on the workgroup and if you havent changed the domain name then it should show you the other computers. I think windows changes the domain name as homegroup or something like that.
To install the drivers for your wireless printer we would need to know the brand and model to search for a linux driver online.
Good luck to you
More history, I have loaded multiple linux OS and played with them, and I do not remember having this difficulity with networking, however to answer your question I have multiple printers and the one I am trying to network (and have before with other linux) is a HP deskjet 2210.
I also went to home folder and tried clicking on the network and it gives the following error (Could not display "network:///" Error: Timeout reached Select another viewer and try again). On another note I have never used any other format other than DHCP when networking, I am a little long in tooth and am trying to teach myself linux and other forms of networking, my other problem is CRS but that comes with age I think. I also went into samba conf on the terninal and I am going to have study a bit before I change anything there.