[Novalug] print server boilerplate??
jhart at kevla.org
Tue Jun 19 16:06:57 EDT 2007
So, I guess I had some help. The original box had a set of instructions which
allowed me to use it under Linux. However, the first time I upgraded a PC toa
newer version of Linux, those instructions did not work anymore.
So, by playing around with the settings on the new PC, I was able to restore
All I would assume is that you need to set a ip address o nthe print server,
determine which port you are using, and then use the CUPs manual to help you
configure your linux box to print. Trail by error may be your best bet.
> On Sun, 17 Jun 2007, Jay Hart wrote:
>> Save yourself the trouble, go buy a small dedicated print
>> server, like one from Hawking Tech, and share your printer(s)
>> over ethernet.
>> I have a Hawking Tech PS12U, and it works great.
> Well, actually, I did. A year or two ago, it was -- a
> Linksys Model PSUS4. I never did figure out how to make it work.
> Is there a linux howto for that one, or a generic howto for using
> little printservers? Did I just get a bad one?
> Googling psus4, even with google linux, gets the usual
> plethora of mostly useless hits ...
> Beartooth Staffwright, Neo-Redneck Double Retiree,
> Not Quite Clueless Linux Power User, with precious
> (very precious) little idea where up is.
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