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Old 12-11-2007, 02:55 PM   #1
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Adapters, Wireless, for a Printer

Wanting to connect a USB printer up wireless so as to send print jobs from
PC or Laptop.
What devices are available, what an where could i get such hardware to work with Linux/Fedora
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Seems like I seen a Dlink wireless print server that you just need to setup the cups interface to print out on an HP direct type location. Note you will want the print server to use a static lan IP. Also I think Linksys is properitory in printer software interface so no linux. I could be wrong though.



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