|How can I share the printer in the server to clients ?|
|Take Fedora Core 3 as an example:|
Assume the DRBL server IP address is 192.168.0.254,
1. Installed the driver and setup the local printer in DRBL server (such as via LPT PORT), and config the CUPS to share the printer (Note: in Fedora Core 3, the default setting of CUPS is DENY ALL, so remember to open that to clents in /etc/cups/cupsd.conf).
2. In DRBL server, config the CUPS network printer, which means set the local printer as network printer. The path is CUPS ipp://192.168.0.254/printers/epsonc60 (You can find the string in /etc/cups/cupsd.conf), and set the network printer as the default printer. Here epsonc60 is just an example, so use yours.
3. Run "drblpush -i" again
4. Boot the client, you will see the network printer, which is the default printer.
PS. Some more hints and discussions are available here Thanks to Robert Arkiletian
and Moody for sharing that.