On Mon, Apr 29, 2013 at 3:00 PM, Rex Dieter <rdieter@math.unl.edu> wrote:
Elad Alfassa wrote:

> I recently discovered that if I have a printer attached to a Windows
> machine (and shared via samba), it'll unusable on default install, because
> samba-client isn't installed by default.
> Ideally I think it should be added as a Requires in control-center's spec
> file, but we could add it to comps instead. If you think adding this to
> the default install is a bad idea, control-center should install it with
> packagekit whenever users tries to add a Samba printer.

Adding to comps (gnome-desktop or whatever) to get installed by default
should be sufficient (while allowing for those who don't want it)

See also this commit (since f18) to spin-kickstarts

commit 2c04fe5d624c3b9c1d3658b8fe0c8b4a71c910bb
Author: Adam Williamson <awilliam@redhat.com>
Date:   Sat Jan 26 08:58:40 2013 -0800

    drop samba-client from minimization (it's needed for SMB print sharing)

-- rex

I installed fedora 19 from liveCD and samba-client wasn't there. Anyway, bug reported against the cups package... The only issue still standing in this thread is if we should add hpijs to the live media.

-Elad Alfassa.