This guide shows how to set up a network printing architecture that supports all kinds of clients using Linux machines as print servers. It covers the standard Unix print servers on BSD and System V, LPRng, Samba printing services, and using LDAP as a configuration repository for printers.If the Unix philosophy is small, configurable Lego-like* pieces with no hard- coded defaults that place limitations on your imagination, ... may describe interesting things that you can do with Sambaa#39;s file-serving capabilities, but we will not provide detailed instructions. ... The source package comes as a compressed archive.
|Author||:||Todd Radermacher, Matthew Gast|
|Publisher||:||"O'Reilly Media, Inc." - 2000|