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8.2.2. Graphical printer configuration

Most distributions come with a GUI for configuring networked and local (parallel port or USB) printers. They let you choose the printer type from a list and allow easy testing. You don't have to bother about syntax and location of configuration files. Check your system documentation before you attempt installing your printer.

CUPS can also be configured using a web interface that runs on port 631 on your computer. To check if this feature is enabled, try browsing to localhost:631/help or localhost:631/.

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