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lpset


NAME
     lpset - set printing configuration in /etc/printers.conf  or
     other supported databases

SYNOPSIS
     lpset [-n system | nisplus | fnsldap] [-x]
         [ [-D binddn] [-w passwd] [-h ldaphost]]
         [-a key=value] [-d key] destination


DESCRIPTION
     The lpset utility sets printing configuration information in
     the  system configuration databases. Use lpset to create and
     update  printing  configuration  in  /etc/printers.conf,  or
     printers.org_dir    (NIS+).    See    nsswitch.conf(4)   and
     printers.conf(4).


     Only a superuser or a member of Group 14 may execute lpset.

OPTIONS
     The following options are supported:

     -n system|nisplus|ldap    Create or update the configuration
                               information   for  the destination
                               entry    in    /etc/printers.conf,
                               printers.org_dir  (NIS+),  or LDAP
                               printer contexts. system specifies
                               that the information is created or
                               updated   in   /etc/printers.conf.
                               nisplus  specifies that the infor-
                               mation is created  or  updated  in
                               the  printers.org_dir  NIS+ table.
                               ldap specifies that  the  informa-
                               tion is written to an LDAP server.
                               See .

                               If  -n is not specified, system is
                               the default.


     -x                        Remove all configuration for   the
                               destination  entry  from the data-
                               base specified by the -n option.


     -a key=value              Configure the specified  key=value
                               pair   for  the  destination.  See
                               printers.conf(4)  for  information
                               regarding   the  specification  of
                               key=value pairs.

     -d key                    Delete  the  configuration  option
                               specified by key for the  destina-
                               tion entry.  See  printers.conf(4)
                               for   information   regarding  the
                               specification    of    key     and
                               key=value pairs.


     -D binddn                 Use the  distinguished  name  (DN)
                               binddn  to bind to the LDAP direc-
                               tory server.


     -w passwd                 Use passwd  as  the  password  for
                               authentication  to the LDAP direc-
                               tory server.


     -h ldaphost               Specify an alternate host on which
                               the  LDAP  server is running. This
                               option is only used when  ldap  is
                               specified  as  the naming service.
                               If this option is  not  specified,
                               the  default  is  the current host
                               system.


OPERANDS
     The following operand is supported:

     destination    Specifies the entry  in   /etc/printers.conf,
                    printers.org_dir, or LDAP, in which to create
                    or modify information.  destination  names  a
                    printer    of    class   of   printers.   See
                    lpadmin(1M).  Each  entry  in   printers.conf
                    describes  one  destination. Specify destina-
                    tion using atomic names. POSIX-style destina-
                    tion    names   are   not   acceptable.   See
                    printers.conf(4)  for  information  regarding
                    the  naming  conventions for atomic names and
                    standards(5) for information regarding POSIX.


EXAMPLES
     Example  1  Removing  All  Existing  Printing  Configuration
     Information


     The following example removes all existing  printing  confi-
     guration    information    for    destination    dogs   from
     /etc/printers.conf:

       example% lpset -x dogs



     Example 2 Setting a key=value Pair


     The  following  example  sets  the  user-equivalence   =true
     key=value pair for destination  tabloid in the NIS+ context:


       example% lpset -n nisplus -a user-equivalence=true tabloid



     Example 3 Setting a key=value Pair in LDAP

       example% lpset -n ldap -h ldapl.xyz.com -D "cn=Directory Manager" \
         -w passwd -a key1=value1 printer1



EXIT STATUS
     The following exit values are returned:

     0           Successful completion.


     non-zero    An error occurred.


FILES
     /etc/printers.conf        System configuration database.


     printer.org_dir (NIS+)    NIS+          version           of
                               /etc/printers.conf.


ATTRIBUTES
     See attributes(5) for descriptions of the  following  attri-
     butes:









     ____________________________________________________________
    |       ATTRIBUTE TYPE        |       ATTRIBUTE VALUE       |
    |_____________________________|_____________________________|
    | Availability                | SUNWpcu                     |
    |_____________________________|_____________________________|
    | Stability Level             | Stable                      |
    |_____________________________|_____________________________|


SEE ALSO
     ldap(1),  lp(1),  lpc(1B),  lpq(1B),   lpr(1B),   lpstat(1),
     ldapclient(1M),  lpadmin(1M),  lpget(1M),  nsswitch.conf(4),
     printers(4), printers.conf(4), attributes(5), standards(5)


NOTES
     If the ldap database  is  used,  the  printer  administrator
     should  be  mindful  of  the following when updating printer
     information.

         1.   Because the  domain  information  for  the  printer
              being  updated is extracted from the ldapclient(1M)
              configuration, the LDAP server being  updated  must
              host  the  same  domain that is used by the current
              ldapclient(1M) server.

         2.   If the LDAP server being updated is a replica  LDAP
              server,  the updates will be referred to the master
              LDAP server and completed there. The updates  might
              be  out of sync and not appear immediatedly, as the
              replica server may not have  been  updated  by  the
              master  server.   For  example,  a printer that you
              deleted by using lpset  may  still  appear  in  the
              printer  list  you  display  with  lpget  until the
              replica is updated from the master. Replica servers
              vary as to how often they are updated from the mas-
              ter.   See  System  Administration  Guide:  Solaris
              Printing  for  information  on LDAP server replica-
              tion.

         3.   Although users can use the LDAP command line utili-
              ties ldapadd(1) and ldapmodify(1) to update printer
              entries in the directory, the preferred  method  is
              to use lpset. Otherwise, if the ldapadd and ldapmo-
              dify utilities are  used,  the  administrator  must
              ensure  that  the  printer-name  attribute value is
              unique within the ou=printers container on the LDAP
              server.  If  the value is not unique, the result of
              modifications done using lpset or the Solaris Print
              Manager, printmgr(1M) may be unpredictable.



Man pages from Solaris 10 Update 8. See docs.sun.com and www.oracle.com for further documentation and Solaris information.
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