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Old 10-16-2003, 11:39 AM   #1
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9.1 CUPS backend missing


After a clean full install, then uninstalled LPRNG and CUPS, updated Samba to 3.0 and reinstalled CUPS. I found that I could not connect to a Windows network printer. as the SMB method was not available. I looked in the CUPS backend directory and found no smb*. I created a symlink to smbclient and printing is now OK. Which package is meant to install the method?
 
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grep smbclient /var/log/packages/*


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