samba printer invisible on Win 98, not on XP
I've switched from Red Hat 9 to a clean install of Fedora Core 4 on my home server. Samba (Version 3.0.14a-2) was doing fine serving my Windows 98 machine a file share and printer share. However, now I can't get it to share the printer. "net view" shows I've got the disk, but not the printer. However, when I connect my XP machine, it sees both. I'm using share level security. Here's the smb.conf (less the comments):
drwxrwxrwt 2 nobody nobody 4096 Jun 19 22:59 samba
The printer is called photosmart-8100-series--1. Would that name or its length offend Winows 98 in some way?
Thank you for any suggestions!
An update: Now it won't work on XP anymore, either. If I open the printer's window, it periodically shows "REFRESHING" and no errors, but it doesn't print.
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