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System Administration Guide: Solaris Printing
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Chapter 10

Setting Up and Administering Printers From the Desktop (Tasks)

This chapter describes how to set up and manage printers by using the OpenSolarisTM Print Manager graphical user interface (GUI). For more information about using the OpenSolaris Print Manager, see the online help.


Note - The OpenSolaris Print Manager GUI and the Solaris Print Manager Java‐based GUI are two different applications. Both applications can be accessed from the desktop and can be used to manage printers. Using Solaris Print Manager requires superuser privileges. For information about using Solaris Print Manager, see Chapter 5, Administering Printers by Using Solaris Print Manager and LP Print Commands (Tasks).


This is a list of information in this chapter:

For information about how to set up printing services see Chapter 3, Setting Up Printing Services (Tasks).

For information about setting up printers, see Chapter 4, Setting Up Printers (Tasks)

For information about how to administer printers after you have set them up, see Chapter 5, Administering Printers by Using Solaris Print Manager and LP Print Commands (Tasks).

For overview information about printing services and printers, see Chapter 1, Introduction to Printing in the Solaris Operating System.

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