Common UNIX Printing System(tm) - PPD/driver support, web interface
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The Common UNIX Printing System (or CUPS(tm)) is a printing system and general replacement for lpd and the like. It supports the Internet Printing Protocol (IPP), and has its own filtering driver model for handling various document types.

This package provides the parts of CUPS which are needed for using printer drivers.
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Rebel450 4 years ago

what would you do without it .... pen&paper;

Guss 5 years ago

It works!!

MagicMint 5 years ago

It’s getting better and better. Its usability lies somewhere between Apple and Windows. Thanx Cupertino, if only Airplay would be that open, too!

inksi 5 years ago

it's about time linux got something better. I find it buggy, jobs refuse to print, it shows different printers every day. surely there must be something better - I assume it works better on an apple machine!

serengeti 7 years ago

PDF Export ist angenehm, Kyocera Drucker nach Installation nicht mehr verwendbar

francheu 7 years ago

dommage qu'on ne puisse pas modifier le nom et l'emplacement du fichier pdf généré...

robertb 8 years ago

cancelling a job manages to bork the printing system; a reboot is needed to clear things up

Steampunk-Nick 8 years ago

every system needs this!!

savii 9 years ago

laborieux et complex

AndrewX192 9 years ago

CUPS is the standard for printing on Linux, and it's hardware support is great!