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I have a computer running Fedora 17 with a Xerox Phaser 6360N attached to it.

I need to share that printer to a LAN computer running Windows 7. How do I do this? Preferably without Samba.

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You can just use CUPS, without SAMBA – ernie Dec 21 '12 at 18:08
@ernie How? I would prefer to just use CUPS. – BenjiWiebe Dec 22 '12 at 17:06
Ack, sorry I missed you asking. Here's a little write-up on it:… ; Basically, set up CUPS and then connect via the CUPS port. – ernie Jan 1 '13 at 1:20
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You should really use Samba and don't be scared of it. It served me very honest back in the old days.

You can start reading right away from:

I can bet things didn't change a lot since Fedora 15. And Fedora 17 Deployment guide doesn't exist, neither for Fedora 16. Probably because nothing has changed on this topic.

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OK, I will try it... Hope it works. – BenjiWiebe Dec 21 '12 at 13:55

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