Printer Sharing Between Windows and Linux
Apr 18, 2007, 09:00 (3 Talkback[s])
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"The less you need to rely on any proprietary protocol to get
work done, the better off you are overall. Some of those protocols
have been real stumbling blocks--such as SMB, Microsoft's
proprietary protocol for file and printer sharing. Linux
implementations of SMB exist, but you're probably better off
without it in the long run whenever you can manage it.
"I recently set up a Linux workstation that shared out a
Hewlett-Packard printer to the rest of my network -- a network that
otherwise consisted entirely of Windows machines..."