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When specified before the -d, -p, or -x options, the -E option forces encryption when connecting to the server.
The first form of the command (-d) sets the default printer or class to destination. Subsequent print jobs submitted via the lp(1) or lpr(1) commands will use this destination unless the user specifies otherwise with the lpoptions(1) command.
The second form of the command (-p) configures the named printer. The additional options are described below.
The third form of the command (-x) deletes the printer or class destination. Any jobs that are pending for the destination will be removed and any job that is currently printed will be aborted.
|Adds the named printer to class. If class does not exist it is created automatically.|
|Sets a System V style interface script for the printer. This option cannot be specified with the -P option (PPD file) and is intended for providing support for legacy printer drivers.|
|Sets a standard System V interface script or PPD file from the model directory.|
|Sets the kilobyte limit for per-user quotas. The value is an integer number of kilobytes; one kilobyte is 1024 bytes.|
|Sets the page limit for per-user quotas. The value is the integer number of pages that can be printed; double-sided pages are counted as two pages.|
|Sets the accounting period for per-user quotas. The value is an integer number of seconds; 86,400 seconds are in one day.|
|Sets the default banner page(s) to use for print jobs.|
|Sets a PPD option for the printer. PPD options can be listed using the -l option with the lpoptions(1) command.|
|Sets a default server-side option for the printer. Any print-time option can be defaulted, e.g. "-o cpi-default=17" to set the default "cpi" option value to 17.|
|Sets the binary communications program to use when printing, "none", "bcp", or "tbcp". The default program is "none". The specified port monitor must be listed in the printers PPD file.|
|Sets the error policy to be used when the printer backend is unable to send the job to the printer. The name must be one of "abort-job", "retry-job" or "stop-printer". The default error policy is "stop-printer".|
|Sets the printer to shared/published or unshared/unpublished. Shared/published printers are publically announced by the server on the LAN based on the browsing configuration in cupsd.conf, while unshared/unpublished printers are not announced. The default value is "true".|
|Sets the IPP operation policy associated with the printer. The name must be defined in the cupsd.conf in a Policy section. The default operation policy is "default".|
|Removes the named printer from class. If the resulting class becomes empty it is removed.|
|Sets user-level access control on a printer. Names starting with "@" are interpreted as UNIX groups. The latter two forms turn user-level access control off.|
|Sets the device-uri attribute of the printer queue. If device-uri is a filename it is automatically converted to the form file:///file/name. Use the lpinfo(8) command to get a list of supported device URIs and schemes.|
|Provides a textual description of the printer.|
|-E||Enables the printer and accepts jobs; this is the same as running the accept(8) and cupsenable(8) programs on the printer.|
|Provides a textual location of the printer.|
|Specifies a PostScript Printer Description file to use with the printer. If specified, this option overrides the -i option (interface script).|
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