Ubuntu :: Install A Printer Server In The Command Line?
I am trying to install a printer server in the command line.
Does anyone know of good tutorials? or could explain it to me.
I already have cups installed. I just need to install the correct driver which is the Canon MP180 and set it to share.
View 4 Replies (Posted: April 30th, 2010)
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