local Printing

Colin Palmer colin "at" hsnz.co.nz
Mon, 28 Feb 2000 11:02:36 +0000

> -----Original Message-----
> >Hi all:
> >We are new to vnc.
> >Running a freeBSD Xwindows to WIN 98 client.
> >I am trying to figure out the best way to print locally, 
> material that
> >is on the remote desk. Surely someone has already dealt with 
> this issue.
> >I would appreciate a pointer in the right direction.
> Use a file transfer utility to get the material onto the 
> 'client' where the
> printer is.  Then print as normal.

Alternatively (although probably only practical if the local and remote
machines are both on the same LAN), share the printer using Win98's file and
print sharing, then use smbclient on the FreeBSD machine to connect to the
share and print the file.  Depending on your window manager, you could
probably create a single-click shortcut that does this.


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