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Old 07-03-2004, 05:46 PM   #1
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Post Cups Pdf Printer Setup -- Samba

Hello Everyone..

I activated pdf printing with CUPs well and thats working fine with my windows boxes. What I need know is for someone to tell me how to make the PDF printer prompt me for a location where to store the PDF file rather than automatically
saving to a subdirectory on the linux box. Right now I had to create a share THROUGH SAMBA pointing to the folder on the linux box where the PDF is stored so my Windows systems can map a drive to access the PDF after it was created

any info would be appreciated



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