This FAQ was last modified on: Tuesday, November 29, 2016 04:03pm
Installing the latest Laptop OIT Printing PackageWindows 8.
It is important to keep up to date with the latest version of the Laptop OIT Printing Package as from time to time we do make changes to the system and when this happens old packages become obsolete and may not work anymore. Below are instructions for how to properly upgrade you Mobile OIT Printing package.
1. Start by uninstalling the original Laptop OIT Printing Package.
This FAQ was last modified on: Tuesday, November 29, 2016 04:06pm
A moderate weekly quota ($2.20) is provided to students for color ($.19) or black and white ($.04)printing in any OIT Computer Cluster, and students may use their Buzzcard for pay-for-print if they ever need to exceed this quota.
This FAQ was last modified on: Friday, November 4, 2016 04:02pm
Although owning a printer is not required, many students purchase a printer for their own convenience. The printer should be connected using a USB or wired network connection. Wireless printing is not recommended.
Note: You cannot broadcast your own wireless signal on campus once the de-vice is connected to the GT network
This FAQ was last modified on: Friday, July 15, 2016 03:28pm
How to install the Laptop OIT Print package on Linux
Officially OIT does not support printing from Linux as there are many flavors and it is difficult to support. The easiest way to print from Linux is log into mycloud.gatech.edu and print from the Library VLab. Or, if you would prefer, below are some instructions which will hopefully allow you to configure the printers locally on your own.