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Installing support for hp laserjet p1102w on Librix 3.2

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We are installing some laboratories open for everyone (child students) and the situation is: one server (Windows 2003) with a printer hp laserjet p1102w shared and many Linux stations (Librix 3.2 - Gentoo). The problem is that the Librix doesnt have support for this printer natively. How may we install the support for this printer on Librix 3.2? I have already tried the SMB network but nothing. There is a printer software for Windows 2003 that could resolv this?
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You can install Print Services for Unix on Windows 2003 Server.
It seems a driver exists for your printer for Linux on HP web site.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc759404%28WS.10%29.aspx
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