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HI,I'M Batty from Tanzania ,i have question on printer sharing between linux GNOME(FEDORA) and windows xp how is it possible?i had my HP printer connected on Linux and i need to make network sharing for the printer .please give me support.
- Click System->Adminstration->Printing (On the same menu as your 'start' bar or application launch bar)
- Setup your printer
- Select 'Share Published Printers Connected To This System' under 'Server Settings'
- Enter "LINUXIPADDRESS:631/printers" in Internet Explorer or compatible web browser
- Mouseover the big printer name and copy the text in the status bar, or if you're using IE right click -> properties and copy the link address. In firefox, you can right click -> copy link location
- Start the 'Add new printer wizard' under printers & faxes in the control panel
- Select 'Network Printer' and click next
- Choose 'Connect to this printer' and paste the stuff you copied just now
- Select the driver for the printer (install it from disc) or choose a generic 'color printer'
- Click 'Finish' to complete the wizard