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This: Epson iPrint[^] lets you print directly to a networked Epson printer from an Android phone or tablet. Works with my Nexus 7 / BX305FW combo, event though the BX family isn't on the compatibility list.
Means I don't have to fire up the PC to print recipes from the internet / NAS for Herself...cool.
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I need to, the printer originally had WLAN. Since my parents decided to install Ethernet cables throughout the flat (my Mom is actually terrified by WLAN radiations) and not use the WLAN anymore I figured out that it was cheaper to just use the spare Pi I had around as Printer server than buying an Ethernet-capable printer.
as said, I used CUPS[^] as server program, for one time something really good coming out of Apple's gates (I was really surprised when I found out that CUPS is developed by Apple).
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In my quest to learn Ruby on Rails, I am installing a Rails development environment using Msys2[^]. It contains all the base packages (other than Rails and its dependencies) I need, such as Ruby, a compiler toolchain (GCC), and various libraries and utilities.
I can post a link to the system I set up here if people want (I will have to find a place to upload it first, as it is very, very large, almost a Gigabyte in size!)
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