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NOTE: CentOS Enterprise Linux is built from the Red Hat Enterprise Linux source code. Other than logo and name changes CentOS Enterprise Linux is compatible with the equivalent Red Hat version. This document applies equally to both Red Hat and CentOS Enterprise Linux.

7.9. Additional Resources

Printing configuration and network printing are broad topics requiring knowledge and experience in hardware, networking, and system administration. For more detailed information about deploying printer services in your environments, refer to the following resources.

7.9.1. Installed Documentation

  • lpr(1) man page — Learn how to print selected files on the printer of your choice.

  • lprm(1) man page — Learn how to remove print jobs from a printer queue.

  • cupsd(8) man page — Learn about the CUPS printer daemon.

  • cupsd.conf(5) man page — Learn about the file format for the CUPS printer daemon configuration file.

  • classes.conf(5) man page — Learn about the file format for the CUPS class configuration file.

  • Files in /usr/share/doc/cups-<version> — Learn more about the CUPS printing system.

7.9.2. Useful Websites

7.9.3. Related Books

  • Network Printing by Matthew Gast and Todd Radermacher; O'Reilly & Associates, Inc. — Comprehensive information on using Linux as a print server in heterogeneous environments.

  • The Red Hat Enterprise Linux System Administration Guide; Red Hat, Inc. — Includes a chapter on printer configuration.

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