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Old 02-13-2006, 10:24 AM   #1
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shared printer

i have got two computers A and B. A has windows XP professional SP1 and a printer attached to it through USB. B has sarge. i have not connected the two computers together using any program such as samba. but both of the computers connect to a router to see the net. any ideas how can i print from B to A?
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Most likely, you'll need cups and smbclient to print over SMB to the windows machine.
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how do i do that? kinda new to the area


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