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Re: CUPS does not have samba support.

* Jason Boxman (jasonb@edseek.com) wrote:
> On Tuesday 02 October 2001 11:39 pm, igor@ta2000.dyndns.org wrote:
> > I have cupsys  version 1.1.10-3 installed.
> > Now, when I type:
> > debian:~# lpinfo -v
> > network socket
> > network http
> > network ipp
> > network lpd
> > serial serial:/dev/ttyS0?baud=115200
> > serial serial:/dev/ttyS1?baud=115200
> > serial serial:/dev/ttyS2?baud=115200
> > serial serial:/dev/ttyS3?baud=115200
> You'd be correct.
> You can print to a CUPS printer through Samba itself from remote machines.
> If you need to print to a remote printer on a Windows box, you can set that 
> up in Samba as well, I believe.  I don't think you need CUPS on the local 
> machine for that.


 How would you go about printing to a remote printer on a WinNT
without CUPS? I have it working beautifully through CUPS/smbclient, but
CUPS is too heavy memorywise on my old laptop. I couldn't find any info
on the web on how to do it without CUPS, though.

Oleksandr Moskalenko
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