ot, cups question
Willem van der Walt
wvdwalt at csir.co.za
Thu Aug 28 03:32:09 EDT 2008
Yes, I think you are correct there, sorry I did not understand what you
On Wed, 27 Aug 2008, Gregory Nowak wrote:
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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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