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Old 23rd April 2009, 10:20 AM
vipul_patel Offline
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Question Fedora 8 to Fedora 8 Dot Matrix Network Printer Setup

Dear All Members,
I have recently installed Fedora 8 in our network regarding future linux network. I have working on total setup of fedora 8 with other all machines like Windos Vista, XP, Red Hat 9, RHEL4WS, RHEL4AS,Windows 98,2000,Fedora Core6, Fedora 8 and so on.

Well I am stuck at How to Connect my local Dot Matrix Printer [ Epson - Lq2090] [Generic-Text Printer] to other machines of Fedora 8 and Fedora Core 6 ? Because with samba Windows printer is working properly. What is the required setup for Fedora 8 to fedora 8 and other linux machines?

There is no old lpr printer server for it. Can anybody know please give step by step information ? Thanks to all in advance.

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