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Old 19th November 2007, 05:55 PM
Phil Airtime Offline
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"Windows printer via SAMBA" not appearing in New Printer

Just a quick question. I've installed F8 from the live CD and I don't appear to have the above option when I go to install a new printer.



Is there something simple that I've missed to activate this option, eg. install a package?

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