Biggest dork (or, what are you doing with your Plug)?

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Re: Biggest dork (or, what are you doing with your Plug)?

Postby nick761 » Mon Mar 21, 2011 9:53 pm

In addition to what I posted before, my DockStar is now a server for Google Cloud Print and Apple's AirPrint! Both my Chrome notebook and iPod touch print using my DockStar excellently. Maybe I'll post a how-to for both on the wiki later. :-)
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Re: Biggest dork (or, what are you doing with your Plug)?

Postby crimsonredmk » Tue Mar 22, 2011 3:15 pm

Please do post a how-to! I thought Google cloud Print was only supported on Windows?
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Re: Biggest dork (or, what are you doing with your Plug)?

Postby aendruk » Mon Mar 26, 2012 3:06 am

Figure I should share my little project. The idea is to have a self-contained time-lapse enclosure:

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Obviously it hasn't been running for very long yet, but I'm rather pleased with the outcome so far. The camera is controlled using gPhoto2.
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Re: Biggest dork (or, what are you doing with your Plug)?

Postby nextbond » Mon Dec 31, 2012 7:20 pm

nick761 wrote:In addition to what I posted before, my DockStar is now a server for Google Cloud Print and Apple's AirPrint! Both my Chrome notebook and iPod touch print using my DockStar excellently. Maybe I'll post a how-to for both on the wiki later. :-)


How did you go about doing it? Please PM me.
Thanks
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Re: Biggest dork (or, what are you doing with your Plug)?

Postby WarheadsSE » Mon Dec 31, 2012 7:30 pm

cups + gutenprint + cloudprint python + airprint python
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