I know most people have their Linux box connected to the net. I have my
I know most people probably have their printers connected to their Linux
machine. I have it connected to my windows machine.
Seriously, aren't newbies like myself trying to find an alternative to
windows? I have a working windows machine. Why pull it apart to try Linux.
I want to add Linux to the windows machine and work on it to see if I like
it. Keep my windows connected to my scanner, Internet and printer. Get my
Linux using it all as my 2nd machine. Slowly migrate it as my main computer
if I like it. Isn't that what most newbies do?
That is my situation and now to my real question.
1. How the heck do I see my windows machine on my Linux machine?
2. How do I get my Linux machine to print using my printer hardware
connected to my windows machine?
No doubt I need to install some packages but what ones?
Thanks in anticipation. Cheers Al