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classes.conf



DESCRIPTION

       The  classes.conf  file  defines the local printer classes
       that  are  available.  It  is  normally  located  in   the
       /etc/cups  directory and is generated automatically by the
       cupsd(8)  program  when  printer  classes  are  added   or
       deleted.

       Each  line in the file can be a configuration directive, a
       blank line, or a comment. Comment lines start with  the  #
       character.


DIRECTIVES

       <Class name> ... </Class>
            Defines a specific printer class.

       Accepting
            Specifies whether or not the printer class is accept­
            ing new jobs.

       Info
            Specifies human-readable text describing the  printer
            class.

       Location
            Specifies human-readable text describing the location
            of the printer class.

       Printer
            Specifies a printer that is a member of  the  printer
            class.

       State
            Specifies  the  initial  state  of  the printer class
            (Idle or Stopped)

       StateMessage
            Specifies the message associated with the state.


SEE ALSO

       cupsd(8),  cupsd.conf(5),  mime.convs(5),   mime.types(5),
       printers.conf(5),  CUPS  Software  Administrators  Manual,
       http://localhost:631/documentation.html


COPYRIGHT

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

22 June 2000       Common UNIX Printing System    classes.conf(5)
  

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