How to use a Printer


Windows applications running through Crossover are not able to access printers by default. You can fix this by install CUPS and a printer configuration tool though. Just open the Terminal app and run the commands

sudo apt install cups sudo apt install system-config-printer xhost +x sudo system-config-printer

and then add your printer here in the configuration window.
Last modified on 2020-10-28 16:14:27 by Vince Lund
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