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Book review: CUPS - Common Unix Printing System

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Learn to install, use, and administrate CUPS.
If you do not use a printer with Unix or Linux, or if you do and you are perfectly happy with the results (maybe because the distro came with all the right stuff pre-installed), this book is not for you.

However, if you are serious about printing, if you are considering replacing the outdated legacy printing system that came with your Unix or Linux or if you are a developer even remotely interested in Linux/Unix printing, this book is for you.
 read more | mail this link | score:7496 | -Ray, June 4, 2003
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