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cupsd.conf



DESCRIPTION

       The   cupsd.conf   file  configures  the  CUPS  scheduler,
       cupsd(8).  It is normally located in the /etc/cups  direc­
       tory.

       Each  line in the file can be a configuration directive, a
       blank line, or a comment. Comment lines start with  the  #
       character.  The configuration directives are intentionally
       similar to those used by the  popular  Apache  web  server
       software and are described below.


DIRECTIVES

       The  following directives are understood by cupsd. Consult
       the CUPS Software Administrators  Manual  for  a  detailed
       description:

       AccessLog
            Defines the access log filename.

       Allow
            Allows access from the named hosts or addresses.

       AuthClass
            Specifies the authentication class (User, Group, Sys­
            tem)

       AuthGroupName
            Specifies the authentication group.

       AuthType
            Specifies  the  authentication  type  (None,   Basic,
            Digest)

       AutoPurgeJobs
            Specifies whether to purge job history data automati­
            cally when it is no longer required for quotas.

       BrowseAddress
            Specifies a broadcast address  for  outgoing  printer
            information packets.

       BrowseAllow
            Allows  incoming printer information packets from the
            named host or address.

       BrowseDeny
            Denies incoming printer information packets from  the
            named host or address.

       BrowseInterval
            Specifies the maximum interval between printer infor­
            mation broadcasts.

       BrowseRelay
            Specifies  that printer information packets should be
            relayed from one host or network to another.

       BrowseShortNames
            Specifies whether  remote  printers  will  use  short
            names  ("printer")  or  not  ("printer@server"). This
            option is ignored if more  than  one  remote  printer
            exists with the same name.

       BrowseTimeout
            Specifies the maximum interval between printer infor­
            mation updates before remote printers will be removed
            from the list of available printers.

       Browsing
            Specifies  whether  or  not  remote  printer browsing
            should be enabled.

       Classification
            Specifies the security classification of the  server.

       ClassifyOverride
            Specifies  whether  to  allow  users  to override the
            classification of individual print jobs.

       ConfigFilePerm
            Specifies the permissions for all configuration files
            that the scheduler writes.

       DataDir
            Specified  the  directory  where  data  files  can be
            found.

       DefaultCharset
            Specifies the default character set to use for  text.

       DefaultLanguage
            Specifies  the  default  language to use for text and
            web content.

       Deny
            Denies access to the named host or address.

       DocumentRoot
            Specifies the root directory  for  the  internal  web
            server documents.

       Encryption
            Specifies  the  level  of encryption that is required
            for a particular location.
            for new printer queues.

       FilterLimit
            Specifies  the  maximum  cost of filters that are run
            concurrently.

       FilterNice
            Specifies the scheduling priority ("nice"  value)  of
            filters that are run to print a job.

       FontPath
            Specifies the search path for fonts.

       Group
            Specifies the group name or ID that will be used when
            executing external programs.

       HideImplicitMembers
            Specifies  whether  to  hide  members   of   implicit
            classes.

       HostNameLookups
            Specifies  whether  or  not  to do reverse lookups on
            client addresses.

       ImplicitAnyClasses
            Specifies whether or not to create  implicit  classes
            for local and remote printers, e.g. "AnyPrinter" from
            "Printer", "Printer@server1", and  "Printer@server2".

       ImplicitClasses
            Specifies  whether  or not to create implicit classes
            from identical remote printers.

       Include
            Includes the named file.

       KeepAlive
            Specifies whether or not to support HTTP  Keep-Alive.

       KeepAliveTimeout
            Specifies the connection timeout for HTTP Keep-Alive.

       <Limit methods> ... </Limit>

       <LimitExcept methods> ... </LimitExcept>
            Specifies the HTTP methods  that  are  being  limited
            inside a location.

       LimitRequestBody
            Specifies  the maximum size of any print job request.

       MaxClients
            Specifies the maximum number of simultaneous  clients
            to support.

       MaxClientsPerHost
            Specifies  the maximum number of simultaneous clients
            to support from a single address.

       MaxCopies
            Specifies the maximum number of copies  that  a  user
            can print of each job.

       MaxJobs
            Specifies  the maximum number of simultaneous jobs to
            support.

       MaxJobsPerPrinter
            Specifies the maximum number of simultaneous jobs per
            printer to support.

       MaxJobsPerUser
            Specifies the maximum number of simultaneous jobs per
            user to support.

       MaxLogSize
            Specifies the maximum size of the  log  files  before
            they are rotated (0 to disable rotation)

       MaxRequestSize
            Specifies  the  maximum request/file size in bytes (0
            for no limit)

       Order
            Specifies  the   order   of   HTTP   access   control
            (allow,deny or deny,allow)

       PageLog
            Specifies the page log filename.

       Port
            Specifies  a  port  number  to  listen  to  for  HTTP
            requests.

       PreserveJobFiles
            Specifies whether or not to preserve job files  after
            they are printed.

       PreserveJobHistory
            Specifies  whether or not to preserve the job history
            after they are printed.

       Printcap

       RequestRoot
            Specifies the directory to store print jobs and other
            HTTP request data.

       Require
            Specifies   that  user  or  group  authentication  is
            required.

       RIPCache
            Specifies the maximum amount of memory  to  use  when
            converting images and PostScript files to bitmaps for
            a printer.

       RunAsUser
            Specifies  that  the  scheduler  should  run  as  the
            unpriviledged user set with the User directive.

       Satisfy
            Specifies  whether  all or any limits set for a Loca­
            tion must be satisfied to allow access.

       ServerAdmin
            Specifies the email address of the server administra­
            tor.

       ServerBin
            Specifies  the  directory  where backends, CGIs, dae­
            mons, and filters may be found.

       ServerCertificate
            Specifies the encryption certificate to use.

       ServerKey
            Specifies the encryption key to use.

       ServerName
            Specifies the fully-qualified hostname of the server.

       ServerRoot
            Specifies  the  directory where the server configura­
            tion files can be found.

       SSLListen
            Listens  on  the  specified  address  and  port   for
            encrypted connections.

       SSLPort
            Listens  on  the specified port for encrypted connec­
            tions.

       SystemGroup


SEE ALSO

       classes.conf(5),  cupsd(8),  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.

12 August 2002     Common UNIX Printing System      cupsd.conf(5)
  

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