Top 10 Things Wrong With Linux, Today
Adam Wiggins tells us what he thinks are the
top 10 things wrong with Linux, today.
"Ideally printer install should work like this. You run the printer install
program, and it gives you two choices: "Set up a printer attached to my
computer", and "Set up a printer from the network." The first choice looks in
/proc/sys/dev/parport/parport?/autoprobe and determines the type of printer
that is connected and choses a driver for it. It displays the type of printer detected, then asks you one last question: "Do you want to share this printer
with people on your local network?" After answering this question, it sets up
the printer, and you're done."
(Submitted by Noel Mon Jul 15, 2002 )
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