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diff -up cups-1.6.1/man/cups-lpd.man.in.lpd-manpage cups-1.6.1/man/cups-lpd.man.in
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--- cups-1.6.1/man/cups-lpd.man.in.lpd-manpage	2012-04-23 18:26:57.000000000 +0100
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+++ cups-1.6.1/man/cups-lpd.man.in	2013-03-05 17:31:57.182856029 +0000
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@@ -26,39 +26,8 @@ cups-lpd \- receive print jobs and repor
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 \fIcups-lpd\fR is the CUPS Line Printer Daemon ("LPD")
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 mini-server that supports legacy client systems that use the LPD
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 protocol. \fIcups-lpd\fR does not act as a standalone network
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-daemon but instead operates using the Internet "super-server"
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-\fIinetd(8)\fR or \fIxinetd(8)\fR. If you are using \fIinetd\fR,
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-add the following line to the \fIinetd.conf\fR file to enable the
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-\fIcups-lpd\fR mini-server:
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-.br
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-.nf
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-
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-    printer stream tcp nowait lp @CUPS_SERVERBIN@/daemon/cups-lpd cups-lpd \\
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-        -o document-format=application/octet-stream
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-.fi
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-.LP
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-.LP
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-\fBNote:\fR If you are using Solaris 10 or higher, you must run
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-the \fIinetdconv(1m)\fR program to register the changes to the
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-inetd.conf file.
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-.LP
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-If you are using the newer \fIxinetd(8)\fR daemon, create a file
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-named \fI/etc/xinetd.d/cups\fR containing the following lines:
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-.br
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-.nf
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-
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-    service printer
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-    {
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-        socket_type = stream
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-        protocol = tcp
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-        wait = no
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-        user = lp
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-	group = sys
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-	passenv =
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-        server = @CUPS_SERVERBIN@/daemon/cups-lpd
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-	server_args = -o document-format=application/octet-stream
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-    }
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-.fi
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+daemon but instead operates as a socket-activatable \fIsystemd(1)\fR
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+service.
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 .SH OPTIONS
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 .TP 5
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 -h hostname[:port]
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@@ -93,8 +62,7 @@ wrappers. Therefore, running \fIcups-lpd
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 allow any computer on your network (and perhaps the entire
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 Internet) to print to your server.
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 .LP
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-While \fIxinetd\fR has built-in access control support, you
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-should use the TCP wrappers package with \fIinetd\fR to limit
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+You should use configure the firewall to limit TCP port 515
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 access to only those computers that should be able to print
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 through your server.
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 .LP
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@@ -113,9 +81,7 @@ between LPD and IPP Protocols. Since man
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 stray from this definition, remote status reporting to LPD
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 clients may be unreliable.
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 .SH SEE ALSO
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-\fIcups(1)\fR, \fIcupsd(8)\fR, \fIinetconv(1m)\fR,
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-\fIinetd(8)\fR, \fIxinetd(8)\fR,
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-.br
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+\fIcups(1)\fR, \fIcupsd(8)\fR, \fIsystemd(1)\fR,
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 http://localhost:631/help
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 .SH COPYRIGHT
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 Copyright 2007-2012 by Apple Inc.