"Judging from the response I received on the last article in
this series, printing is very much the evil beast that I made it
out to be last week...."
"This time around, I'd like to continue down the nuts-and-bolts
track of printer administration. I know I promised fancy, cool GUI
tools to do some of these things, and I promise we'll get
there--eventually. For now, I'd like to spend just a bit more time
on how all this stuff works under the surface."
"In a moment, I'm going to jump head first into your Linux tools
for control of print jobs, queues, etc. Before doing that, I'd like
to follow up on something from the last article: setting up remote
print queues. Specifically, setting up a print queue to an HP
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