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Old 04-19-2005, 04:49 AM   #1
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Print from cups server to lpd clients

Now we use a server with ldp and the clients connects to it via telnet, and the PRINTER var. is set to lp@remotehost.
Everething goes alright but now we have to upgrade the server software and the printer server must be CUPS...
Is that a way to the lpd clients uses the cups server or we will have to upgrade all the clients to CUPS too???

Oh, the clients and the server now uses red hat 7.3...

The server will goes to RH enterprise linux 3...



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