"Works in mixed Linux/Windows wired nets."3.5 starson by zkdabek
Pros: Works well . Easy but messy to set up. Trial & Error in Linux.
Cons: Needs a cleaner interface
Summary: >>>>>> Used For Wired Networks Only <<<<<<
Under Windows XP the method decribed in the manual works but becomes a bit tiresome in carting the printer from PC to PC to install first under USB. Instead I used the printer driver disk to set up the specific printer straight onto the wired net. Under SuSE Linux 9.x Yast can be used to setup a network printer under LPD. The expert option in Mandrake 10.1 is needed to allow network printer configuration, again using LPD style. Did not yet find out what to do with Debian 3.1? Slackware 10.1? Fedora 4?...Still trying using collective web experience.
Unfortunately I have no experience with this box as a wireless device since I use only wired networks. No laptops!