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  1. scott
    scott at |

    wow.  this was too easy. 
    i'm much happier not having to go through a virtual machine to print now.
    thanks!

  2. admin
    admin at |

    :-)

  3. admin
    admin at |

    If you are using KDE, you should go to "Kickoff Application Launcher"->"System Settings" then, in Computer Administration" you should select "Printer Configuration" and go on…..

    This should work.

    I haven't tested this procedure, so if you use KDE and this procedure works please leave a comment on this post.

  4. admin
    admin at |

    Today I tried this procedure on my new Ubuntu 10.04 box and it works fine.

     

    ;)

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