ot, cups question
Willem van der Walt
wvdwalt at csir.co.za
Wed Aug 27 02:49:45 EDT 2008
Cups has a print server and on modern linuxes it is actually used for
that, often there are utilities like lpd, lpq and lp which acts like the
old ones but actually use cups.
Cups is the way to print under unix these days.
On Tue, 26 Aug 2008, Gregory Nowak wrote:
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> Hi all.
> I've been reading up on cups, to see if it can act as an lpd
> server. From what I see, the answer is no. Can someone confirm/deny
> this? Thanks.
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