In this tutorial, I will be going through the steps on how to setup a Raspberry Pi Print Server. The process of getting the software installed is pretty simple, but configuring it and getting a Windows network to find the print server is a bit more of an involved process.
Setting up a print server is a simple way of bringing your regular USB printer to more modern standards without you having to shell out hundreds of dollars. It allows you to move the printer to wherever you want and have it accessible by multiple computers rather than having it connected straight into a singular computer. It’s also a great way to share a printer without needing a costly tower computer running all the time.
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