Hi so i imagine "cups" is an app? i will look it up.
from the above i am hooked up wirelessly to the company network for internet and
e-mail. i am using evolution and got it working great.
my first question is how do I find network printers on wireless network?
Running win 7, on the netbook, I can go to the network icon and see a printer, one is B&W lazer by kyocera the other one colour by Konica minolta (C 280) , then I choose add network printer, set up hjappens and it works as we have the drivers.
so how do i go to ( access the company network wirelessly, and "add" a network printer?
I also have bodhi V2 runing at home on an old acer, dual boot with win XP. I plugged in the printer first time in USB port of laptop ( epson CX7800 i think) to print a document in libre office. I was connected to internet. bodhi identified the printer and printed the document. i did not install a driver. simple scan also worked.
wow that is amazing. I am guessing bodhi magicaly got printer driver from internet and installed it, or since laptop also runs XP and had driver installed for printer running win XP , bodhi searched C: and found printer driver and installed it to use printer.
at my work these are larger printers, but fairly new. when I tried to print a document using bodhi in libre office 5, no printer ( network printer ) was identified, so my option was to print to file.
thanks for any help you can provide.