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Users often have trouble setting up hardware in Linux because they simply aren't used to the way things are done in Linux. Setting up hardware is relatively simple (once you know where the tools are.) And setting up a printer is one of those jobs made very easy by modern Linux administration tools. One of those tools is the Common UNIX Printing System (CUPS). Once installed, CUPS is an amazingly simple tool to use and administer. Jack Wallen shows you how it works.
This download is also available as an entry in the TechRepublic Linux and Open Source blog.
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