linux-printing-feat.jpgPrinting is something most people take for granted. It’s a basic function of PCs, but when you switch to a different platform, like Linux, things might get tricky. Linux doesn’t handle things quite like it does with other operating systems. Don’t expect to run a driver setup wizard off a CD or a download. Instead, on most distributions the drivers will probably already be installed or will be handled automatically. Official Drivers That said, some printer manufacturers do provide official Linux drivers. Both HP and Brother are actually known for supporting Linux well and do release their own printer drivers. Before you start this process, visit… Read more

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