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lpoptions



SYNOPSIS

       lpoptions   [   -h   server  ]  -d  dest[/instance]  [  -o
       option=value ] ... [ -o option=value ]
       lpoptions [ -h server ] [ -E ] [ -p dest[/instance] ] -l
       lpoptions [ -h server ] [ -E ] [ -o option=value ]  ...  [
       -o option=value ] [ -p dest[/instance] ] -r option
       lpoptions [ -h server ] [ -E ] -x dest[/instance]


DESCRIPTION

       lpoptions  displays  or sets printer options and defaults.
       lpoptions shows the default printer options when run  with
       no arguments. Other options include:

       -E
            Enabled  encryption  when communicating with the CUPS
            server.

       -d dest[/instance]
            Sets the default printer to dest. If instance is sup­
            plied  then  that  particular  instance is used. This
            option overrides the system default printer  for  the
            current user.

       -h server
            Specifies the CUPS server to communicate with.

       -l
            Lists  the printer specific options and their current
            settings.

       -o option=value
            Specifies a new option for the named destination.

       -p dest[/instance]
            Sets the destination and instance, if specified,  for
            any  options that follow.  If the named instance does
            not exist then it is created.

       -r option
            Removes the specified option for the  named  destina­
            tion.

       -x dest[/instance]
            Removes  the  options  for  the named destination and
            instance, if specified.  If the named  instance  does
            not exist then this does nothing.

       If  no  options are specified using the -o option then the
       current options for the named printer are reported on  the
       standard output.

       Options  set  with  the  lpoptions command are used by the
       created by the root user.


SEE ALSO

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


COPYRIGHT

       Copyright  1993-2003 by Easy Software Products, All Rights
       Reserved.

21 October 2002    Common UNIX Printing System       lpoptions(1)
  
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