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cupsctl(8)			  Apple Inc.			    cupsctl(8)

NAME
       cupsctl - configure cupsd.conf options

SYNOPSIS
       cupsctl	[ -E ] [-U username ] [ -h server[:port] ] [ --[no-]debug-log‐
       ging ] [ --[no-]remote-admin ] [ --[no-]remote-any  ]  [	 --[no-]share-
       printers ] [ --[no-]user-cancel-any ] [ name=value ]

DESCRIPTION
       cupsctl	updates	 or  queries the cupsd.conf file for a server. When no
       changes are requested, the current configuration values are written  to
       the standard output in the format "name=value", one per line.

OPTIONS
       The following options are recognized:

       -E
	    Enables encryption on the connection to the scheduler.

       -U username
	    Specifies  an  alternate  username to use when authenticating with
	    the scheduler.

       -h server[:port]
	    Specifies the server address.

       --[no-]debug-logging
	    Enables or disables debug logging in the error_log file.

       --[no-]remote-admin
	    Enables or disables remote administration.

       --[no-]remote-any
	    Enables or disables printing from any address, e.g. the Internet.

       --[no-]share-printers
	    Enables or disables sharing of local printers with	other  comput‐
	    ers.

       --[no-]user-cancel-any
	    Allows or prevents users from canceling jobs owned by others.

EXAMPLES
       Display the current settings:
	   cupsctl

       Enable debug logging:
	   cupsctl --debug-logging

       Get the current debug logging state:
	   cupsctl | grep '^_debug_logging' | awk -F= '{print $2}'

       Disable printer sharing:
	   cupsctl --no-share-printers

KNOWN ISSUES
       You cannot set the Listen or Port directives using cupsctl.

SEE ALSO
       cupsd.conf(5), cupsd(8),
       http://localhost:631/help

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright 2007-2013 by Apple Inc.

11 January 2013			     CUPS			    cupsctl(8)
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