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CUPS: How to Manage Multiple Printers

Sep 26, 2008, 17:01 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Ankur Shah)

[ Thanks to Himanshu Panchal for this link. ]

"You have a network consisting of seven computers running Linux, all having CUPS installed. You want to change printers assigned to the class. You can remove a printer and add a new one to the class in less than a minute. The entire configuration required is done as all other computers get their default printing routes updated in another 30 seconds. It takes less than one minute for the whole change—less time than a laser printer takes to warm up."

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