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To setup access to a Samba managed printer on a Windows client from the desktop, select Start Settings Control Panel Printers Add Printer (Figure 12.1). From the displayed options, check Network Printer (Figure 12.2). Next, identify the server NetBIOS name and the printer name. You can use the browse tab to select a printer from the browse list if the printer is set browseable on the server (Figure 12.3). If the server has the target printer driver available for download and the client is a Windows 9x box, the driver will be automatically installed. After installation is complete, the Samba network printer can be used by applications just as if it were a local Windows print device.
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Figure 12.1: Add a Printer panel
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Figure 12.3: Select server and printer name
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Documents to be printed on the network device are routed to Samba by the Windows network redirector. Assuming the server has correctly configured the set of print queue command parameters, the client should be able to view and interact with the remote queue using the Windows spooling interface (Figure 12.4).
Figure 12.4: Windows spool listing
Windows 9x Drivers
Windows 9x boxes have a nice feature that allows them to download a print driver from a server when adding a network printer. Samba supports the Windows 9x downloadable drivers feature via setting up a share to hold the driver files, identifying a supported driver definition file, printers.def, with the global printer driver file parameter, and then identifying the individual driver required for each print share with the printer driver, and printer driver location parameters. To enable downloadable driver support, begin by creating a share named [printer$]. Don't confuse this with the special [printers] section (note the use of "$" instead of "s" in the share names). The share should identify a directory with the path parameter that will
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hold the driver files (Example 12.4). Example 12.4 Windows 9x Driver Share [printer$] path=/usr/local/samba/printer public=yes writeable=no browseable=yes A driver definition file, printers.def, is created by first obtaining copies of the msprint*.inf files from the \Windows\inf directory on a Windows 9x system. Vendor printer drivers not supplied in the default msprint*.inf files will first need to be installed on a Windows 9x system. These will show up as some rendition of oem*.inf files in the \Windows\inf directory. Extract driver information from the *.inf files and append it to the Samba printers.def file by invoking the make_printerdef command. Supply a .inf file name and a specific driver name (enclosed in double quotes) as arguments to the command. Note that the supplied driver name must exactly match the vendor-supplied driver name expected by the Windows 9x client. Append make_printerdef stdout to the printers.def file (Example 12.5). A set of driver and dynamic link library (DLL) files will be output to stderr. These files can be found in the \Windows\System directory on a Windows 9x system and will need to be stored in the [printers$] driver directory. Example 12.5 Creating a Windows 9x Driver Definition make_printerdef msprint.inf "Apple LaserWriter" >> printers.def Next identify the location of the drivers definition file by using the global printer driver file parameter. The default location is /usr/local/samba/lib/printers.def. printer driver file = /usr/local/samba/lib/printers.def Finally, add the printer driver and printer driver location parameters to each print share that will provide a downloadable driver (Example 12.6). The %h variable used with the printer driver location parameter will be replaced with the server name that Samba is running on. For more information on Windows 9x downloadable drivers, see PRINTER_DRIVER.txt file in the Samba distribution documentation. Example 12.6 Print Share with Downloadable Driver [LaserWriter] comment = Apple LaserWriter plus Driver browseable = yes printable = yes guest ok = yes writeable = no printer driver=Apple LaserWriter
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