Adding additional drivers on Linux has always been difficult. And particularly to install printers
As our Raspberry Pi is running on Raspbian (Debian-like), it’s almost the same
You’re lucky if you plug your printer and it’s working directly 🙂

So, how to add printers on Raspbian?
The easiest way is to turn your Raspberry Pi into a print server
You can install CUPS that allows you to install printers and share them on the network
This works for almost all printers

I’ll show you how to do this in this post

Check the link below for more details

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