Did I get this right?
wes at softweyr.com
Thu Nov 13 22:04:33 UTC 2003
On Thursday 13 November 2003 09:54, Ceri Davies wrote:
> On Thu, Nov 13, 2003 at 08:34:48AM -0800, Wes Peters wrote:
> > + <listitem>
> > + <para><application>CUPS</application>, the Common UNIX Printing
> > + System, provides a portable printing layer for &unix;-based
> > + operating systems. It has been developed by Easy Software
> > + Products to promote a standard printing solution for all
> > &unix; + vendors and users.</para>
> > + <para><application>CUPS</application> uses the Internet
> > Printing
> Please add another newline between </para> and <para>.
Oh, good, I prefer it that way. I thought I was mimicing what I saw in
the LPRng section above, but it doesn't have multiple paragraphs.
> > + Protocol (<acronym>IPP</acronym>) as the basis for managing
> > + print jobs and queues. The Line Printer Daemon
> Add another space.
Ah, durnit. ;^)
> > + (<acronym>LPD</acronym>) Server Message Block
> > + (<acronym>SMB</acronym>), and AppSocket (a.k.a. JetDirect)
> > + protocols are also supported with reduced functionality.
> > CUPS + adds network printer browsing and PostScript Printer
> > Description + (<acronym>PPD</acronym>) based printing options
> > to support + real-world printing under &unix;.</para>
> > + <para>The main site for <application>CUPS</application> is
> > <ulink
> Add another newline after </para>.
> That's it, cheers.
"Where am I, and what am I doing in this handbasket?"
Wes Peters wes at softweyr.com
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