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cupsd(8)							    Apple Inc.								  cupsd(8)

NAME
cupsd - cups scheduler SYNOPSIS
cupsd [ -c config-file ] [ -f ] [ -F ] [ -h ] [ -l ] [ -t ] DESCRIPTION
cupsd is the scheduler for CUPS. It implements a printing system based upon the Internet Printing Protocol, version 2.1. If no options are specified on the command-line then the default configuration file /etc/cups/cupsd.conf will be used. OPTIONS
-c config-file Uses the named configuration file. -f Run cupsd in the foreground; the default is to run in the background as a "daemon". -F Run cupsd in the foreground but detach the process from the controlling terminal and current directory. This is useful for running cupsd from init(8). -h Shows the program usage. -l This option is passed to cupsd when it is run from launchd(8). -t Test the configuration file for syntax errors. COMPATIBILITY
cupsd implements all of the required IPP/2.1 attributes and operations. It also implements several CUPS-specific administration operations. SEE ALSO
backend(7), classes.conf(5), cups-deviced(8), cups-driverd(8), cups-lpd(8), cups-polld(8), cupsd.conf(5), filter(7), launchd(8), mime.convs(5), mime.types(5), printers.conf(5), http://localhost:631/help COPYRIGHT
Copyright 2007-2013 by Apple Inc. 9 March 2009 CUPS cupsd(8)

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cups-files.conf(5)						    Apple Inc.							cups-files.conf(5)

NAME
cups-files.conf - file and directory configuration file for cups DESCRIPTION
The cups-file.conf file configures the files and directories used by the CUPS scheduler, cupsd(8). It is normally located in the /etc/cups directory. Each line in the file can be a configuration directive, a blank line, or a comment. Comment lines start with the # character. DIRECTIVES
The following directives are understood by cupsd(8). Consult the on-line help for detailed descriptions: AccessLog filename AccessLog syslog Defines the access log filename. ConfigFilePerm mode Specifies the permissions for all configuration files that the scheduler writes. DataDir path Specified the directory where data files can be found. DocumentRoot directory Specifies the root directory for the internal web server documents. ErrorLog filename ErrorLog syslog Specifies the error log filename. FatalErrors none FatalErrors all -kind [... -kind] FatalErrors kind [... kind] Specifies which errors are fatal, causing the scheduler to exit. "Kind" is "browse", "config", "listen", "log", or "permissions". FileDevice Yes FileDevice No Specifies whether the file pseudo-device can be used for new printer queues. FontPath directory[:directory:...] Specifies the search path for fonts. Group group-name-or-number Specifies the group name or ID that will be used when executing external programs. LogFilePerm mode Specifies the permissions for all log files that the scheduler writes. PageLog filename PageLog syslog Specifies the page log filename. Printcap Printcap filename Specifies the filename for a printcap file that is updated automatically with a list of available printers (needed for legacy applica- tions); specifying Printcap with no filename disables printcap generation. RemoteRoot user-name Specifies the username that is associated with unauthenticated root accesses. RequestRoot directory Specifies the directory to store print jobs and other HTTP request data. ServerBin directory Specifies the directory where backends, CGIs, daemons, and filters may be found. ServerCertificate filename Specifies the encryption certificate to use. ServerKey filename Specifies the encryption key to use. ServerRoot directory Specifies the directory where the server configuration files can be found. SystemGroup group-name [group-name ...] Specifies the group(s) to use for System class authentication. TempDir directory Specifies the directory where temporary files are stored. User user-name Specifies the user name or ID that is used when running external programs. SEE ALSO
classes.conf(5), cupsd(8), cupsd.conf(5), mime.convs(5), mime.types(5), printers.conf(5), subscriptions.conf(5), http://localhost:631/help COPYRIGHT
Copyright 2007-2012 by Apple Inc. 19 November 2012 CUPS cups-files.conf(5)

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