I need help for the below mentioned scenario:
- A dot-matrix printer is physically connected to the Linux machine (e.g. Ubuntu-10.04, it can be any Unix/Linux flavor)
- From this Linux machine, when I take a RDP to the Windows NT-4.0 Terminal Server, I run the DOS-based application.
- Now I want to print few pages from this DOS-based application to the Ubuntu's printer, while I am in an RDP session.
When I followed the Samba-printing documentation, I was able to print from GUI-based applications like Notepad, Microsoft Word and so forth; but not able to print from the Windows command prompt.
Any idea how to do this?
(The Windows machine is strictly NT-4.0 2000 Terminal Server.)