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I'm trying to print to a network printer through TCP/IP in windows 98, however, windows 98 does not support printing to a TCP/IP port, so I read that I can do it through something called LPR.

Where can I find a software that allows me to print to a LPR print queue from Windows 98? Your help is much appreciated? Any hints would be a great help!

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I think you probably mean LPR, not LRC.

You need something like this: http://www.utexas.edu/academic/otl/software/lpr/

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I couldn't download it from that site, paid or otherwise. I've tried that place already, hence this question. – futureelite7 Jan 21 '13 at 8:09

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