LPADMIN BAD DEVICE-URI CUPS PDF

The -x option deletes the named printer: lpadmin -x printername Printer Drivers and PPDs The -m option to lpadmin specifies the driver "model" to use for the printer. For example, the following command creates a destination for a printer at IP address Other drivers including the everywhere driver provide greater printing capabilities and better print quality. The direct class of backends is used for directly-connected printers such as USB and Bluetooth. Because these backends use a system-specific identifier, you should only use the reported device URIs.

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The -x option deletes the named printer: lpadmin -x printername Printer Drivers and PPDs The -m option to lpadmin specifies the driver "model" to use for the printer. For example, the following command creates a destination for a printer at IP address Other drivers including the everywhere driver provide greater printing capabilities and better print quality.

The direct class of backends is used for directly-connected printers such as USB and Bluetooth. Because these backends use a system-specific identifier, you should only use the reported device URIs.

See the section on Printer Sharing for more information. See the Managing Operation Policies help document for more information. The allow: list defines a whitelist of users and groups while the deny: list defines a blacklist of users and groups. Two cupsctl options control the general printer sharing features: --share-printers Enables sharing of printers with other computers and mobile devices on your local network.

The -c option specifies a class to create or modify and is combined with the -p option: lpadmin -p printername -c classname The -r option specifies that the named printer is removed from the class: lpadmin -p printername -r classname The -x option deletes the named class: lpadmin -x classname Debug Logging and Troubleshooting The printing system log files track the activity of the scheduler, printer drivers, and backends.

If problems occur and the log files do not provide sufficient details to diagnose the problem, you can enable debug logging using the cupsctl command: cupsctl --debug-logging To disable debug logging, run the same command with the --no-debug-logging option: cupsctl --no-debug-logging.

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It can also be used to set the server default printer or class. When specified before the -d, -p, or -x options, the -E option forces encryption when connecting to the server. The first form of the command -d sets the default printer or class to destination. Subsequent print jobs submitted via the lp 1 or lpr 1 commands will use this destination unless the user specifies otherwise with the lpoptions 1 command. The second form of the command -p configures the named printer or class. The additional options are described below.

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