"Recently, I've purchased a new Ethernet Broadband Router with a
built-in four-port switch plus a print server from D-Link.
According to its manual, it says I could share my local printer by
installing a print server software but it says it 'works with
Windows Operating System Only.' So I wonder, is there any way I
could share my local printer (Epson Stylus Photo 820) attached to
my Linux Box with Windows using Samba instead? The answer is
"Samba is an Open Source/Free Software suite that provides
seamless file and print services to SMB/CIFS clients. Samba is
freely available under the GNU General Public License. Here is how
you can install and configure samba so you can share a local
printer on Linux with Windows..."
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