Re: Printing in KDE - How best to - Konq, inkjet
--- Jason Boxman <email@example.com> wrote:
> This is basically what David just said, but all in a nice little HOWTO for
> If you aren't interested in the Samba stuff then you can just skip those
> steps. The first step, which lists dependancies, is the most important as it
> sets you up with everything you need installed. After that, you can just do
> the CUPS Web setup steps to configure the printer.
What do you mean by "which lists dependancies"?
Specifically, if this was just for a workstation connected to the internet,
only needing to print to a directly connected printer, would I need to apt-get
install all the items in step one? For that case, can I eliminate any of the
Also, would i just do "apt-get install ___" for each of the items? Do I need
to do anything (add some flags or options?) about dependancies?
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