Tried of having to boot up the slow PCs in the NTU library just to print a document? Learn how to add one of the network NTU printers to your Macbook and print directly from your own laptop, although if you have issues with PDF files, you can go to sites as sodapdf.com to find the right software for this.
2. Adding NTU printers for Macbooks
2.1 Head to System Preferences (under the Apple Menu)
2.2 Select Print and Fax (under View)
2.3 Click Add Printer
2.3 Right-click or hold the Control/CTRL-key down while you click on the free space on the toolbar > Choose Customize Toolbar
2.4 Drag Advanced and place it on the toolbar. Click done.
2.5 Click on Advanced and fill up the info accordingly
Device: Another Device
Lee Wee Nam Library: smb://cssvr/lwn_01 or lwn_02 or lwn_03 or lwn_colour (for colour printing)
NTU Hall Printers (Halls 1 – 16): smb://hostel-server/monoa4
Learning POD: smb://cssvr/sslp-prt
Student’s Activity Center: smb://ccpserver/sac-prt
Business Library: smb://igemsprintsvr//lib2_01 or lib2_02, lib02_printer_colour (for colour printing)
HSS Library: smb://igemsprintsvr/hssl_01 or hssl_02
Chinese Library: smb://igemsprintsvr/libchn_01 or libchn_02
ADM Library: smb://igemsprintsvr/adm_01 or adm_printer_colour (for colour printing)
Name: Optional – For your own reference
Location: Optional – For your own reference
Print using: Generic PostScript Printer
2.6.1 Print jobs are always placed on hold. To release them, open your print queue and click Resume.
2.6.2 You may be prompted for your username and password. If you are, just log in using your NTU credentials.
2.6.3 When at the print kiosk, please use your local Mac computer name instead of your network id to login.