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Re: [vox-tech] Yargh! Printer not playing nice!



On Fri, 11 Jan 2002, Richard S. Crawford wrote:

> 
> After two days of fussing with my printer, which prints fine when it's 
> attached directly to my Linux box but not when it's attached to the 
> Windows98 box, I'm still no closer to a solution.  Could it be a firewall 
> issue?  A Samba issue?  A windows permission issue?  A voodoo curse placed 
> upon me by a vengeful player from one of my old D&D games?
> 
> If *anyone* has *any* thoughts at all, please let me know.  Thanks!

The lack of detail on what you have tried leaves me wondering whether
your linux box is speaking "printerspeak" yet.

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