“cupsd” Command Usage Examples in Linux

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This tutorial explains Linux “cupsd” command, options and its usage with examples.

cupsd – common unix printing system daemon

Description :

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cupsd is the scheduler for the Common UNIX Printing System. It implements a printing system based upon the Internet Printing Protocol, version 1.1. If no options are specified on the command-line then the default configuration file (usually /etc/cups/cupsd.conf) will be used.

Synopsis :

cupsd [ -c config-file ] [ -f ] [ -F ]

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OPTIONS:

The -f option forces cupsd to run in the foreground; the default is to run in the background as a “daemon”.

The -F option forces cupsd to run in the foreground but detaches the process from the controlling terminal and current directory. This is useful for running cupsd from init.

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