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APACHE and Network Printer

Posted on 2012-12-24
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Hi,

I am used to Microsoft Windows System. I am still confused with the FUNCTION of Apache related to Network Printer

Last time, When I setup the Linux System (Linux Ubuntu) in the Enterprise Network. I believe, when setting up the network printers for those linux workstations, I was applying the Apache

To help me clarifying the Understanding of Apache, would you answer my questions please:

My questions:
1)      How to setup Network Printer for a Ubuntu (workstation) in the enterprise environment? [(For Windows system, I usually do as the followings: Control Panel >Printer> Add Network Printer> select the Printer, etc) (If using the TCP/IP : Control Panel > Printer > Select Local Printer > Select Standard TCP/IP setting > provide the IP address ,etc]
2)      What is APACHE contribution related to Network Printer?

Thank you

tjie
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Apache has nothing to do with a network printer, apache is web server software for hosting websites.

here is the community documentation on printing in ubuntu.

Scroll down the section that says "printing from ubuntu"

https://help.ubuntu.com/community/NetworkPrintingWithUbuntu
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