In school my teacher has a HP LaserJet 6p hooked up to a PC via Paralell port (printer port for PC) now all the computers on the ethernet network can print. But what I think they do is they send the PC the the info (via ethernet) and then that PC prints it via the PC's printer port (lloks liek a SCSI port) Now the PowerBook G4 has OS X.2, the HP site says it has built in drivers for the printer. but the powerbook has to talk to the main PC so it can print to the printer. Now the printer has 3 connection ports. A AppleLocalTalk port (looks like the old apple connection for printers and modems) a Parellel Port (PC's printer port) and a small little squarish black port which I know nothing about. Now I have a USB to Mac Serial (printer or modem) ports. Its made by Griffin, now If I hook that upto the printer how would I tell it to print? I could use classic right? Is there anyway to print it in OS X? I know that my G3 MiniTower shows the Printer Port and Modem Port under Network settings so i dunno if the PowerBook will detect the USB Printer Port. Help Please. There is no ethernet port on the printer.