Michael Scully wrote:
> My RHEL4 installation uses CUPS, and it appears that any
> other shared printers throughout the network appear in the browse list. You
> also see them with lpstat -t. Is there a simple config that turns off
> browsing of other printers? And if so, how do I clear out the list of
> destinations currently there?
Yep, there is. You can try to go to localhost:<forgetwhatport>, and see if you
can turn it off there, or you can edit the config file in /etc/cups.
Documentation? You might want to read ESR's rant about trying to get CUPS to
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