You can modify /etc/hosts fileThat blocks address regardless of the
browser. !/bin/bash echo "127.0.0.1 www.facebook.com" >> /etc/hosts or
just execute command belowecho "127.0.0.1 www.facebook.com" >>
@kwoodard No, you need to do exactly same as how you doing for ldp
protocol. But instead of you choose smb protocol. It is a bit tricky to
add them with smb protocol.You can see how in the link
@kwoodard I totally understand, scripts could be problematic sometimes.
I have used scripts and had few issues, then i started to use ldp
protocol (had issues as well), finally I ended up with installing
printers using smb protocol and almost I had n...
If the print server is windows os can you try with SMBalso alternatively
you can add them by script create policy to install PPDs and add below
script #!/bin/sh lpadmin -p PrinterName -L "Location" -E -v
smb://your.printserver/queue_name -P Path_to_P...