Anyway. I'm at school now, and my teacher asked me to ask you guys for help.
You see, we have the computer lab networked through Red Hat 7.0 Linux. We have it only and stuff and we're really not having too much trouble with that (except little error messages about passwords and such, but I don't think that has to do with Linux). The computers all use the same printer that is hooked up to the computer with Linux. That's what we're having problems with. It prints sometimes and sometimes doesn't. There's an error message that comes up or something. I've never gotten it, so I don't know exactly what it says. But if you click cancel, it'll mess up and not print ANYTHING for that row of computers until she goes in and manually fixes it with Linux.
If any of you know why it's doing this, or even know of a different (and better) distro she should use, leave a comment or something. It would be muchly appreciated by all.