NETGEAR PS105 Print Server Driver
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Background In my old age, I now need to be able to print from any machine in our house without having to get up to change the connections to my trusy Canon LBP4 printer. For many years it has been connected to my Acorn Archimedes, via NETGEAR PS105 Print Server special high resolution interface NETGEAR PS105 Print Server a podule, with excellent results. However, with the addition of Microsoft Windows PCs to our stable, it was necessary to print via the parallel interface at times - swapping leads as necessary.
When my wife wanted to go on the Internet from her PC, which she uses for creating artwork, a means of connecting any machine to the one modem was required. The answer was a cheap router which allows NETGEAR PS105 Print Server LAN connections to connect to the one modem and any one to instigate a dial-up connection to the Internet.
Then with my back objecting to supporting my six foot frame any longer, I had to purchase a laptop and add a NETGEAR PS105 Print Server access point to my network - fine, but how do I print from the laptop if I'm not near the printer or one of the other computers to fiddle with cables? QA with Stefan Bellon Q.
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NETGEAR PS105 Print Server easy is it to set up a printer with your software? RemotePrinterFS is configured by setting up the Printers application to print to a file and use a special RemotePrinterFS path syntax for the file name.
I have a quite long, and still growing, list of supported printers and NETGEAR PS105 Print Server servers. If you have one of those, you can just copy the RemotePrinterFS path from the supplied documentation to your Printers application's configuration. And even if you don't have one of the mentioned models, chances are quite high that one of the example settings is working for you as well.
So, do you do you use it? I wrote it because I desperately needed such a piece of software here. What do you have planned for the future?
I have a few items on the todo list for RemotePrinterFS. Amongst them is adding support for the Internet Printing Protocol IPP and a few quite technical enhancements and tidy ups.
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However as time is very limited NETGEAR PS105 Print Server me at the moment due to business work, I am not sure how much I can work NETGEAR PS105 Print Server RemotePrinterFS without the help of others. One of my friends knowing my predicament, gave me a NetGear PS print serverwhich allows the LAN to connect to a printer via the parallel way port on the print server, together with the necessary software to enable remote Windows or Linux PCs to send work via the LAN to a common printer.
After some thought and perusal of the CDs of Archivethat I'd just bought to make life easier than climbing up to the den where many years' worth of these magazines are stored, I found an article on 'remote printing' by Andrew Flegg of Jaffasoft. After talking to him, he suggested I should try Stefan Bellon's websitefrom which I downloaded some most useful software and documentation, which I recommend be read by anyone attempting network-based printing on RISC OS.
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He lists known printers and versions of RISC OS that are known to work and asks for feedback from anyone using his project to add to the knowledge base. He also mentions known bugs, for example the typical 'Shared C Library out of date' message which I became briefly unstuck on with as my copy of the SCL module was way out of date and some applications seemed to object to the updated version. I overcame this problem by adding an Ensure SharedCLib 5. Perhaps this is not the neatest solution bit it works NETGEAR PS105 Print Server a major inquest, and more modern users should NETGEAR PS105 Print Server no problems at all.
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I tried to install as explained in Stefan's notes, which seems to be written for OS 4 and above, with Printers 1. As I'm using OS 3. As above, modern users should be fine with the documentation that comes with Stefan's software.
It works by using NETGEAR PS105 Print Server 'print to file' option in the Printers application; documents and other work sent to the printer by applications are redirected to RemotePrinterFS, which in turns sends the data over the network to the printer. The printer can be connected directly to the network, if it has a suitable ethernet port, or as in my case, to a print server that connects to the printer.