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Old 12-19-2005, 10:01 AM   #1
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Unhappy Cups and printing queue's

Hey all wonder if anyone can help out please?

I use a windows print queue on my RHEL4 server, is it possible to configure other linux clients to use the print queue on the RHEL4 server and print from the printer attached to my RHEL4 box?

I've configured the other clients to use a UNIX print queue pointing towards the RHEL4 server...but not sure what to add in the queue configuration i.e the queue definition on the RHEL4 server not the windows queue......

Any ideas?
Old 12-19-2005, 10:07 AM   #2
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Just re read that ....heres the scope!

1 windows printer
1 RHEL4 server with smb queue to above windows printer
+other multiple clients that I want to be able to print from the windows printer but use the RHEL4 server to do so.


Hope thats clearer?


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