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Old 12th May 2008
faustcoder faustcoder is offline
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Default (SOLVED)FreeBSD+CUPS+Samba

Howdy ya'll,
Im looking for some valid documentation on setting up samba and cups properly. Ive googled as much as I can and found nothing that is very accurate, up to date, or related to what I need.

I just want to learn how to either have my FreeBSD system control the jobs or just have the server just 'hold' the printers and load the native MS drivers. Any valid docs would be greatly appreciated, if i need to add anything else ill do so.

I have 12 printers and 70+ users to manage.
Our current server is a Suse 9.3 box that is horid, it tries to control the network randomly no matter what I set it to. Also it doesnt manage the printers well at all.
Thank you ahead of time.

For my needs using any *nix is gonna be a pain in my messed up network. Just gonna use MS 2k3 somewhere. But ill continue to use fbsd for other items.

Last edited by faustcoder; 13th May 2008 at 06:55 PM. Reason: Solved
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