A printer has been connected to the router in my office. Windows users can easily discover it, but not for me using Debian. So I used nmap to scan the localhost and found the port 9001 providing a service named `jetdirect` under 192.168.3.113. Then I used cups to set up a network printer manually for me. Bingo! That's the funniest time.

If I use Windows from the very beginning, I would have missed all of the funny things. Treated as a fool, you would be dull:)

想学读写繁体字,感觉字形比简体字好看多了......

Disabled secure boot and everything work fine:)

Japanese typing is too hard to learn. I can't type contractions easily:(

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