ot, cups question
greg at romuald.net.eu.org
Wed Aug 27 15:23:36 EDT 2008
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Thanks. What I was getting at though, was if cups can act as an lpd
server, (I.E. accept connections on tcp 515, using the lpd
protocol). From my reading, it looks like cups can only act as an ipp
server, accepting connections on tcp 631, using the ipp protocol, and
I wanted to confirm if my impressions are correct or not.
On Wed, Aug 27, 2008 at 08:49:45AM +0200, Willem van der Walt wrote:
> 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.
> Regards, Willem
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