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ippeveprinter(1)		  Apple	Inc.		      ippeveprinter(1)

NAME
       ippeveprinter - an ipp everywhere printer application for cups

SYNOPSIS
       ippeveprinter [ --help ]	[ --no-web-forms ] [ --pam-service service ] [
       --version ] [ -2	] [ -A ] [ -D device-uri ] [ -F	output-type/subtype  ]
       [ -K keypath ] [	-M manufacturer	] [ -P filename.ppd ] [	-V ipp-version
       ] [ -a filename.conf ] [	-c command ]  [	 -d  spool-directory  ]	 [  -f
       type/subtype[,...]   ]  [ -i iconfile.png ] [ -k	] [ -l location	] [ -m
       model ] [ -n hostname ] [ -p port ]  [  -r  subtype[,subtype]  ]	 [  -s
       speed[,color-speed] ] [ -v[vvv] ] service-name

DESCRIPTION
       ippeveprinter  is a simple Internet Printing Protocol (IPP) server con-
       forming to the IPP Everywhere (PWG 5100.14) specification.  It  can  be
       used  to	 test client software or act as	a very basic print server that
       runs a command for every	job that is printed.

OPTIONS
       The following options are recognized by ippeveprinter:

       --help
	    Show program usage.

       --no-web-forms
	    Disable the	web interface forms used to update the media and  sup-
	    ply	levels.

       --pam-service service
	    Set	the PAM	service	name.  The default service is "cups".

       --version
	    Show the CUPS version.

       -2   Report support for two-sided (duplex) printing.

       -A   Enable authentication for the created printer.  ippeveprinter uses
	    PAM	to authenticate	HTTP Basic credentials.

       -D device-uri
	    Set	the device URI for print output.  The URI can be  a  filename,
	    directory,	or  a  network	socket	URI  of	the form "socket://AD-
	    DRESS[:PORT]" (where the default port number is 9100).  When spec-
	    ifying a directory,	ippeveprinter will create an output file using
	    the	job ID and name.

       -F output-type/subtype[,...]
	    Specifies the output MIME media type.  The	default	 is  "applica-
	    tion/postscript" when the -P option	is specified.

       -M manufacturer
	    Set	the manufacturer of the	printer.  The default is "Example".

       -P filename.ppd
	    Load  printer attributes from the specified	PPD file.  This	option
	    is typically used in conjunction with the ippeveps(7) printer com-
	    mand ("-c ippeveps").

       -V 1.1

       -V 2.0
	    Specifies the maximum IPP version to report.  2.0 is the default.

       -c command
	    Run	 the  specified	command	for each document that is printed.  If
	    "command"  is   not	  an   absolute	  path	 ("/path/to/command"),
	    ippeveprinter  looks for the command in the	"command" subdirectory
	    of the CUPS	binary directory, typically  /usr/lib/cups/command  or
	    /usr/libexec/cups/command.	The cups-config(1) command can be used
	    to	 discover   the	  correct   binary   directory	 ("cups-config
	    --serverbin").   In	addition, the CUPS_SERVERBIN environment vari-
	    able can be	used to	override the default location of  this	direc-
	    tory - see the cups(1) man page for	more details.

       -d spool-directory
	    Specifies  the  directory that will	hold the print files.  The de-
	    fault is a directory under the user's current temporary directory.

       -f type/subtype[,...]
	    Specifies a	list of	MIME media types that the server will  accept.
	    The	default	depends	on the type of printer created.

       -i iconfile.png
	    Specifies  the printer icon	file for the server.  The file must be
	    a PNG format image.	 The default is	an internally-provided PNG im-
	    age.

       -k   Keeps  the	print  documents  in  the  spool directory rather than
	    deleting them.

       -l location
	    Specifies the human-readable location string that is  reported  by
	    the	server.	 The default is	the empty string.

       -m model
	    Specifies	the  model  name  of  the  printer.   The  default  is
	    "Printer".

       -n hostname
	    Specifies the hostname that	is reported by the  server.   The  de-
	    fault is the name returned by the hostname(1) command.

       -p port
	    Specifies  the  port  number to listen on.	The default is a user-
	    specific number from 8000 to 8999.

       -r off
	    Turns off DNS-SD service advertisements entirely.

       -r subtype[,subtype]
	    Specifies the DNS-SD subtype(s) to advertise.   Separate  multiple
	    subtypes with a comma.  The	default	is "_print".

       -s speed[,color-speed]
	    Specifies  the  printer speed in pages per minute.	If two numbers
	    are	specified and the second number	 is  greater  than  zero,  the
	    server  will  report  support  for color printing.	The default is
	    "10,0".

       -v[vvv]
	    Be (very) verbose when logging activity to standard	error.

EXIT STATUS
       The ippeveprinter program returns 1 if it is unable to process the com-
       mand-line   arguments   or   register   the   IPP  service.   Otherwise
       ippeveprinter will run continuously until terminated.

CONFORMING TO
       The ippeveprinter program is unique to CUPS and conforms	to the IPP Ev-
       erywhere	(PWG 5100.14) specification.

ENVIRONMENT
       ippeveprinter  adds  environment	variables starting with	"IPP_" for all
       IPP Job attributes in the print request.	 For example, when executing a
       command	for  an	IPP Job	containing the "media" Job Template attribute,
       the "IPP_MEDIA" environment variable will be set	to the value  of  that
       attribute.

       In  addition,  all  IPP "xxx-default" and "pwg-xxx" Printer Description
       attributes are added to the environment.	  For  example,	 the  "IPP_ME-
       DIA_DEFAULT"  environment variable will be set to the default value for
       the "media" Job Template	attribute.

       Enumerated values are converted to their	keyword	equivalents.  For  ex-
       ample,  a "print-quality" Job Template attribute	with a enum value of 3
       will become the "IPP_PRINT_QUALITY" environment variable	with  a	 value
       of  "draft".  This string conversion only happens for standard Job Tem-
       plate attributes, currently "finishings", "orientation-requested",  and
       "print-quality".

       Finally,	 the "CONTENT_TYPE" environment	variable contains the MIME me-
       dia type	of the document	being printed,	the  "DEVICE_URI"  environment
       variable	contains the device URI	as specified with the "-D" option, the
       "OUTPUT_FORMAT" environment variable contains  the  output  MIME	 media
       type,  and  the "PPD" environment variable contains the PPD filename as
       specified with the "-P" option.

COMMAND	OUTPUT
       Unless they communicate directly	with a printer,	 print	commands  send
       printer-ready data to the standard output.

       Print  commands can send	messages back to ippeveprinter on the standard
       error with one of the following prefixes:

       ATTR: attribute=value[ attribute=value]
	    Sets the named attribute(s)	to the given values.   Currently  only
	    the	 "job-impressions"  and	"job-impressions-completed" Job	Status
	    attributes and the "marker-xxx", "printer-alert",  "printer-alert-
	    description",  "printer-supply",  and "printer-supply-description"
	    Printer Status attributes can be set.

       DEBUG: Debugging	message
	    Logs a debugging message if	at least two -v's have been specified.

       ERROR: Error message
	    Logs an error message and copies the message  to  the  "job-state-
	    message" attribute.

       INFO: Informational message
	    Logs  an  informational/progress  message if -v has	been specified
	    and	copies the message to the "job-state-message" attribute	unless
	    an error has been reported.

       STATE: keyword[,keyword,...]
	    Sets the printer's "printer-state-reasons" attribute to the	listed
	    keywords.

       STATE: -keyword[,keyword,...]
	    Removes the	listed keywords	from the printer's "printer-state-rea-
	    sons" attribute.

       STATE: +keyword[,keyword,...]
	    Adds  the listed keywords to the printer's "printer-state-reasons"
	    attribute.

EXAMPLES
       Run ippeveprinter with a	service	name of	My Cool	Printer:

	   ippeveprinter "My Cool Printer"

       Run the file(1) command whenever	a job is sent to the server:

	   ippeveprinter -c /usr/bin/file "My Cool Printer"

SEE ALSO
       ippevepcl(7), ippeveps(7), PWG  Internet	 Printing  Protocol  Workgroup
       (http://www.pwg.org/ipp)

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright (C) 2007-2019 by Apple	Inc.

2 December 2019			     CUPS		      ippeveprinter(1)

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