CUPS stands for Common Unix Printing System. It has been in use by major Linux distributions for user-friendly printing services for about a decade and was purchased by Apple Inc in 2007 when it was purchased from Michael Sweet. CUPS was notable in providing a web-based administrative interface to ...

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How to configure cups to allow remote printing with authentication and local printing without?

According to the cupsd.conf documentation, one should be able to "require authentication for remote access, but allow local access without authentication." There doesn't appear to be any other ...
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Print from Linux to Windows networked printer

I want to print from a Debian (Lenny) workstation to a Windows networked printer. I'm not even sure what type of Windows network this is. Our tech-support is friendly but doesn't want to get involved ...
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How can I print to a Lexmark X3550 printer using Ubuntu?

I have a Lexmark X3550 printer and a computer running Ubuntu. Is there any hope in being able to print to this particular printer using Ubuntu? I am not familiar with CUPS. Is this an option?