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Acquiring the Adobe Driver Files

Acquiring the Adobe driver files seems to be unexpectedly difficult for many users. They are not available on the Adobe Web site as single files, and the self-extracting and/or self-installing Windows-.exe is not easy to locate either. You probably need to use the included native installer and run the installation process on one client once. This will install the drivers (and one generic PostScript printer) locally on the client. When they are installed, share the generic PostScript printer. After this, the client's [print$] share holds the Adobe files, which you can get with smbclient from the CUPS host.

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