@Tom-Elliott OK so am I not understanding the WIKI? I set up a Samba share and dumped the driver in /opt/fog/printerdrivers/
I was thinking the Samba share holds the drivers, and you create a printer definition in Fog and the INF file path points to the Samba share directory. I followed this page.
In order for the printer to be added to the host computer, the printer drivers must be stored in a public area, or included on the host computer. This public area can be a Novell Network share where public has read-only access, a Windows share that is public read-only to everyone, or a Samba share (possibly residing on the FOG server) that is public read-only to everyone. This share must be accessible via a UNC path as the service may attempt to install the printers before drive mapping occurs. In this share the printer drives and .inf file must exist. FOG supports install IP based (Jet-Direct) printers, public access NDS printers, Local printers, windows share based printers, (and we think, but could use a confirmation as it hasn’t been tested) AD based printers.