Marcel Gagné writes another installment of his series on
interoperation between Windows and Linux with a look at using Samba
to share a printer connected to a Windows machine.
"For this little demonstration, I am using the notebook
computer sitting across from me; hooked up to it is a HP Laserjet
5L. The printer has already been configured as a shared printer on
the Windows system. In other words, this PC has the Client for
Microsoft Networks loaded and, using that PC, I have logged into my
workgroup (of which my Samba server is a part). Then, I brought up
my list of printers (click Start, Settings, then Printers),
right-clicked on the printer I wanted to share and chose Sharing
from that menu. What you should see now is a menu like the one
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