Tips and tricks for using CUPS for printing with Linux

Did you ever try to configure a printer on a GNU/Linux desktop distribution at the end of the ’90s? Or even before?To make a long story short: That was fine if you worked at a large organization with an IT team to handle it and dedicated hardware or a printing server. There were many different standards and protocols to handle printers. And only a few big vendors (usually Unix vendors) provided specific support and drivers for their entire range of products.read more

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