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gtklpq



SYNOPSIS

       gtklpq [-P|-d printer] [-S server] [-p port] [-D] [-V] [-U
       user] [-t timeout] [-g XxY] [-C] [-h] [-E]

       lpq [-P|-d printer] [-S server] [-p port]  [-D]  [-V]  [-U
       user] [-t timeout] [-E]

       lprm  [-P|-d  printer] [-S server] [-p port] [-D] [-V] [-U
       user] [-E] [-] [job ID(s)]

       reject [-h server] [-p port] [-D] [-V] [-U user] [-E]  [-r
       reason] [destination(s)]

       accept  [-h server] [-p port] [-D] [-V] [-U user] [-E] [-r
       reason] [destination(s)]

       disable [-h server] [-c] [-p port]  [-D]  [-V]  [-U  user]
       [-E] [-r reason] [destination(s)]

       enable  [-h server] [-p port] [-D] [-V] [-U user] [-E] [-r
       reason] [destination(s)]


DESCRIPTION

       GtkLPQ is an graphical frontend for CUPS, the Common  UNIX
       Printing System.
       It is used to manage CUPS-Printqueues.

       GtkLPQ
            Graphical Frontend

       lpq
            Show print queue

       lprm
            Remove jobs

       disable/enable
            Disable/enable printer

       reject/accept
            Reject/Accept printjobs for this printer

       GtkLPQ is part of the GtkLP-package.


OPTIONS

       The following options are recognized by gtklpq:

       -P printer
            Use printer as default destination.

       -d printer
            This option is equivalent to "-P".
            The name of the cups-User to use.

       -t timeout
            The intervall in seconds between two queue-updates.

       -g XxY
            Pop up GtkLPQ at position (X,Y).

       -h
            Help

       -C
            Force console-mode.

       -E
            Forces encryption when connecting to the server.

       If  called  as  lpq,  the  following  options  differ from
       GtkLPQ`s options:

       -X
            Force X-Mode, even if GTKLP_FORCEX is not set to 1

       If  called  as  lprm,  the  following  options differ from
       GtkLPQ`s options:

       -
            Cancel all jobs

       Without any given jobs, lprm removes the current job.

       If  called  as  disable, the following options differ from
       GtkLPQ`s options:

       -c
            Cancel all jobs

       -r reason
            Give an reason, why you do so

       If  called  as  reject,  the following options differ from
       GtkLPQ`s options:

       -r reason
            Give an reason, why you do so


PATHS

       To hide Printers from users, use the following pathes:
       /etc/gtklp/accept/
       /etc/gtklp/deny/
       $HOME/.gtklp/
       command-line parameters, see above.


VARIABLES

       You can set the following environment variables to  influ­
       ence the behaviour of GtkLPQ:

       CUPS_SERVER
            The default CUPS-server to connect to

       IPP_PORT
            The default Port of the CUPS-server to connect to

       PRINTER
            The default printer to use

       GTKLP_FORCEX
            Set to 1 to force X-Mode for lpr and lp


ERROR

       GtkLPQ produces the follwoing Error-Codes:

       0    normal program termination

       1    small error, wrong parameters, etc.

       2    Server Problems, server not found, no default printer
            found, etc.

       3    BAD error. Fields declared too short, too many print­
            ers, etc.


SEE ALSO

       gtklp(1), lprm(1), lp(1), CUPS Software Users Manual
       http://localhost:631/documentation.html


COPYRIGHT

       This  program was written by T. Mueller, 2000, 2001, 2002.
       It is licensed under the Terms of the GNU  GENERAL  PUBLIC
       LICENSE,
       see also http://www.gnu.org.


CONTACT

       The latest version of GtkLPQ is always available under
       http://gtklp.sourceforge.net/
       It is part of the GtkLP-package.
       Feel also free to contact me at
       sirtobi@stud.uni-hannover.de
       Please mail also, if you like the software !!! ;-)

  
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