On 1/31/2012 1:09 PM, David C. Rankin wrote:
On 01/31/2012 02:59 PM, John Andersen wrote:
I use this
Its not free. The free version is a test version, and limited. There is a
key you buy separately to unlock
Thanks! I will give printershare another look. I was hoping to find a pure open-source
solution so I could... well... look at the source.
What have we come to when you have to pay money to print from a device you own.... on
your own printer? Go figure... Leave it to google...
Not sure I like them anymore...
You are grousing at the wrong target, Google did not charge any money for their Cloud
The people you pay are Mobile Dynamix, which had this working well before Google Cloud
Print came along.
Cloud Print is free.
Its just not necessarily secure: http://support.google.com/cloudprint/?hl=en
And you have to leave a machine idling with Google Chrome instances running
OR have a printer that supports it (as does my HP laserjet with e-Print (free) which is
to Cloud print (free), and which has (perhaps) some portion of that chain being secure,
(perhaps) some portion of that chain being open source (cloud print is).
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