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Old 12-27-2012, 01:00 PM   #1
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LXer: TLWIR 50: A Case Study on Line Printing from GNU/Linux to a Wifi Printer


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In The Linux Week in Review 49, I showed you how to reliably print to a printer connected to a Windows 7 computer. This article is for those who don’t want to depend on a Windows machine for printing. In TLWIR 50, I will show you how to print directly from GNU/Linux to a WiFi-enabled printer. My case study uses a Canon MP560 all-in-one WiFi-enabled printer.

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