Articles by Carla Schroder 

Building a Linux Dial-up Server, Part 2

Any Linux distribution comes with all the tools and protocols you need for building your own dial-up and dial-in servers. In this second article of a two-part series, learn how to create your own dial-in server for allowing users to directly dial in to your network.

Printing with CUPS, Part 2

Each variant of Unix has its own printing system with its own unique behaviors and shortcomings. CUPS, the Common Unix Printing System, is a free single-solution tool for Unix and Linux that standardizes printing in these environments. In this second article of a two-part series, Carla Schroder explores using CUPS with networked printers, including network-direct, and Windows servers and clients.

Printing with CUPS, Part 1

Each variant of Unix has its own printing system with its own unique behaviors and shortcomings. Carla Schroder reveals how you can get the most out of a free, extensible, single-solution tool for Unix and Linux that standardizes printing in these environments.

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