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Printer.png このツールはコンピューターにプリンターを接続し、適切なオプションを設定するためのものです。


行う* コンピューターにプリンターを追加

  • それぞれのプリンターに名前をつける
  • プリンターのテストとメンテナンスを行う
  • プリンターを削除

コンピューターに直接接続された USB プリンターは、自動的に認識され、KDE のユーティリティによってインストールが行われるはずです。もし USB プリンターの接続を外しても、プリンターはプリンター設定リストに残ります。


USB ケーブルでコンピューターに直接プリンターが接続されていない場合 (例えば別のコンピューターが共有プリンターを持っている場合や、プリントサーバーに接続されているプリンターに直接接続したい場合など) は、 プリンターの設定 ユーティリティ用いる必要があります。

Follow these example steps to add a network connected printer to your computer. First, gather your printer information before you begin (make, model, IP number, etc).

Getting to the program is a sequence of straightforward steps.

  • KDE Kickoff -> Computer -> System Settings -> Printer Configuration
  • Once you get to the Printer Configuration tool, click the button to add a printer (Find and click the Forward button between steps.)
  • Your computer will search your local area network for printers that have been shared on other computers or are directly attached to the network.

In this example, I have an HP Laserjet 2100M which is connected directly to my network using a small print server on the printer.

The next illustration also shows that I have another computer sharing two printers on a Toshiba laptop. If I wanted to use either of them, that other computer would need to be on for the printer to work. Remote printers work best if directly connected to the network or are connected to a dedicated print server computer.


  • I choose AppSocket/HP JetDirect which is the choice for my printserver.

  • I enter the IP address number in the Host blank (Currently, the Printer Configuration tool does not identify what that number is, so you will need to ask your network administrator what the IP address is).
  • Choose the manufacturer (Mine is HP)
  • Choose the model (HP has many)
  • Choose the recommended Driver unless you have a reason to do otherwise.
  • Give the printer a useful name since "printer" may not be good enough.
  • Give a description including the physical location if not in your own room.
  • The "Location" defaults to your computer's name in case you decide to share it later. Sharing is one of the options of the printer configuration tool.

On the configuration screen, you will now see a new "Local Printer" because the printer is "attached" to your computer. If you have more than one printer, you should be sure to thoughtfully select one as the default. You might not want to set the big high speed departmental printer/copier in the department manager's office as your default if you have a small printer hooked directly to your computer.

It is always wise to print a test page from the printer configuration tool.

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