Re: Samba clarification
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- Subject: Re: Samba clarification
- From: Curtis Vaughan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Fri, 1 Feb 2002 13:36:30 -0800
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- In-reply-to: <20020201204117.B68032@wired4life.org>
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On Friday 01 February 2002 12:41, you wrote:
> Wired 4 Life installs a number of linux servers which allow Windows Boxes
> to access network services such as windows, internet and ... Printers.
> Printer services dont need to be integrated with Samba, in fact samba can
> be confusing for many admins as they want to integrate systems in a windows
> fashion. Have you played with either
This brings up another question, and I don't mean to start a debate but....
What do most prefer; lprng, cups, etc.? What are the benifits of one over the
I used LPRng because it was already installed on my workstation.