Hey all DOS users and such,

       I know I already posted a thread before about setting up a shared
printer (which by the way, how would you acquire the ip address of the
printer in DOS? And how again would you say you had to use the printer if
you wanted to print something from a DOS computer in the LAN network? Sorry
about the little rabbit trail here), but I wanted to know how to just set
up a regular printer in DOS (FreeDOS). I'm pretty sure you need drivers for
it, but beyond that, I'm pretty fuzzy on how to actually get the computer
communicating with the printer. I'd also like to know how to set it up so
it loads the driver and printer on startup, and I can call from it anytime
with the "print" command. I'm sure that setting it up is the same as doing
that, but I just figured I'd clarify, just in case. Thanks,

                                 --- A FreeDOS User
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