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    hmm... can someone walk me through this?


    can someone help me make a cups (or whatever) print server that can and will serve windows machines?

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    Well, that depends on where the problem lies? =)

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    there is no problem but stupidity, and the fact that i'm lazy, and i cant figure it out.

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    Got CUPS and samba installed ?
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    Actually, you don't need Samba if you use CUPS. Win2K and more recent M$ systems can print over IPP, which is CUPS's native printing protocol.

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