[cochiselinux] Re: Linksys

  • From: Tyler Milam <tylermilam@xxxxxxx>
  • To: cochiselinux@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 26 Apr 2004 16:38:49 -0700

Yes, linksys _has_ been bought by cisco. *celebrate*  To have something 
connect to your workgroup, it has to have tcp/ip capabilities, so the 
printer by itself can't connect to the switch, but its fairly easy to 
hook it up piggy backing off of a computer running linux. I have my 
printer hooked up from my computer. All other computers on the lan can 
use it. This can be done with a combination of samba and cups. The 
windows computers are using adobe postscript as the printer driver. 
Works great. Samba was the most difficult part for me. I would attach my 
samba and cups configuration files, but I don't know if that works with 
the mailing list. Let me know if you think you they might help!

Sears, Dick wrote:file:/home/vitriol/Documents/config_files/smb.conf

>To use one printer with three other machines (Linux and W2K), is it
>necessary to have a
>print server or can one make do with a cheap Linksys 5-port workgroup
>And incidentally, it appears that Linksys may have been bought by Cisco
>D. R. Sears
>IT Team Leader
>Network & Automation Support Br.
>520-533-8280    DSN 821-8280
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