Network Printing: Building Print Services on Heterogeneous Networks

Network Printing: Building Print Services on Heterogeneous Networks[PDF / Epub] ✅ Network Printing: Building Print Services on Heterogeneous Networks Author Matthew S. Gast – Bluevapours.co.uk On today's networks it's common to have users running Windows Apple Novell and many versions of Unix Each operating system has its own printing facility and there is little or nothing in common betwee On Building Print Services on PDF \ today's networks it's common to have Building Print PDF/EPUB ä users running Windows Apple Novell and many versions of Unix Each operating system has its own printing facility and there is little or nothing in common between them there is no single system for print spooling Yet all users want to be able to print and most of the time they have to share the same printers The network administrator has to solve this Network Printing: MOBI :✓ problem as efficiently as possibleO'Reilly's Network Printing shows network administrators a way Printing: Building Print Services on PDF \ out of this problem It details how to set up a network printing system that's based on Linux but can handle printing from Windows Novell Apple and any version of Unix To this end it offers thorough discussions of the Unix printing facility both LPR and LPRng; Samba's printer sharing; Netatalk a free implementation of the AppleTalk protocol; and ncpfs Printing: Building Print eBook ¸ a Linux implementation of the Netware protocols The book also shows how to get printers to boot correctly on a network using solutions like bootp and DHCP; how to manage printers remotely using SNMP; and how to set up a network wide printer configuration repository with LDAP.

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Network Printing: Building Print Services on Heterogeneous
  • Paperback
  • 304 pages
  • Network Printing: Building Print Services on Heterogeneous Networks
  • Matthew S. Gast
  • English
  • 28 July 2016
  • 9780596000387

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