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cupsaccept(8)							    Apple Inc.							     cupsaccept(8)

NAME
cupsaccept/cupsreject - accept/reject jobs sent to a destination SYNOPSIS
cupsaccept [ -E ] [ -U username ] [ -h hostname[:port] ] destination(s) cupsreject [ -E ] [ -U username ] [ -h hostname[:port] ] [ -r reason ] destination(s) DESCRIPTION
cupsaccept instructs the printing system to accept print jobs to the specified destinations. cupsreject instructs the printing system to reject print jobs to the specified destinations. The -r option sets the reason for rejecting print jobs. If not specified the reason defaults to "Reason Unknown". OPTIONS
The following options are supported by both cupsaccept and cupsreject: -E Forces encryption when connecting to the server. -U username Sets the username that is sent when connecting to the server. -h hostname[:port] Chooses an alternate server. -r "reason" Sets the reason string that is shown for a printer that is rejecting jobs. COMPATIBILITY
Unlike the System V printing system, CUPS allows printer names to contain any printable character except SPACE, TAB, "/", or "#". Also, printer and class names are not case-sensitive. The CUPS versions of accept and reject may ask the user for an access password depending on the printing system configuration. This differs from the System V versions which require the root user to execute these commands. SEE ALSO
cancel(1), cupsenable(8), lp(1), lpadmin(8), lpstat(1), http://localhost:631/help COPYRIGHT
Copyright 2007-2013 by Apple Inc. 12 February 2006 CUPS cupsaccept(8)

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cupsenable(8)							    Apple Inc.							     cupsenable(8)

NAME
cupsdisable, cupsenable - stop/start printers and classes SYNOPSIS
cupsdisable [ -E ] [-U username ] [ -c ] [ -h server[:port] ] [ -r reason ] [ --hold ] destination(s) cupsenable [ -E ] [-U username ] [ -c ] [ -h server[:port] ] [ --release ] destination(s) DESCRIPTION
cupsenable starts the named printers or classes. cupsdisable stops the named printers or classes. The following options may be used: -E Forces encryption of the connection to the server. -U username Uses the specified username when connecting to the server. -c Cancels all jobs on the named destination. -h server[:port] Uses the specified server and port. --hold Holds remaining jobs on the named printer. Useful for allowing the current job to complete before performing maintenance. -r "reason" Sets the message associated with the stopped state. If no reason is specified then the message is set to "Reason Unknown". --release Releases pending jobs for printing. Use after running cupsdisable with the --hold option to resume printing. COMPATIBILITY
Unlike the System V printing system, CUPS allows printer names to contain any printable character except SPACE, TAB, "/", or "#". Also, printer and class names are not case-sensitive. The System V versions of these commands are disable and enable. They have been renamed to avoid conflicts with the bash(1) build-in com- mands of the same name. The CUPS versions of disable and enable may ask the user for an access password depending on the printing system configuration. This dif- fers from the System V versions which require the root user to execute these commands. SEE ALSO
cupsaccept(8), cupsreject(8), cancel(1), lp(1), lpadmin(8), lpstat(1), http://localhost:631/help COPYRIGHT
Copyright 2007-2009 by Apple Inc. 9 October 2008 CUPS cupsenable(8)
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