[SLE] lppasswd -a <username> settings
From: Hylton Conacher (ZR1HPC) (hylton_at_global.co.za)
Date: Wed, 10 Nov 2004 17:58:35 +0200 To: SLE <email@example.com>
Reading through the lppasswd man page, a thought struck me, that was not
answered by man.
Let us assume I have setup CUPS and my printer is working.
If I should now "$>lppasswd -a <username>" -a <username>" will my
current lppasswd settings be overwritten or will it just mess up my
printer install requiring "#>lppasswd -x <username>" and then a
"#>lppasswd -a <username>".
I have not read the cups documentation but will do if someone says it
contains my solution. I read it with Mozilla pointing to localhost:631,
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