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  • Uhm....? More details please? Distro? Printer? Check out the forums, you may be able to find your answer.

    Answered by Tony.Ricena
    5 years ago
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  • If printer has its own IP address is not a Windows printer, it's just a common printer used by windows machines. If they're printing from Win you can obviously print from Linux
    Please provide these two information:
    - Printer Name and Model
    - Printer connection (USB, Net, ...) if printer is connected to the net you probably don't need so much information, if it's connected to a pc you need something more to configure

    Answered by ben
    5 years ago
    0 0
  • If you wish to setup Ubuntu to connect to a shared windows printer you can follow the guide at If you are using another distro then I can provide more documentation when you tell us which distro you are using.

    Answered by mfillpot
    5 years ago
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