files to the printer. With no arguments, prints standard input. Part of the Common Unix Printing System (CUPS).
files to print spooler; if changes are made to
file while it is still queued for printing
, the printout is unaffected. This option has no effect when used with a CUPS server, which performs in a similar manner already.
Send output to destination printer named
Force an encrypted connection if supported by the print server.
Send print job to the print server
host, localhost by default.
Print according to the named
action: hold (notify before printing), resume (resume a held request), immediate (print next; privileged users only).
Override lp options used for request
IDs currently in the queue; specify new lp options after -i. For example, change the number of copies sent.
Send mail after files are printed (not supported in CUPS as of Version 1.1.15).
number of copies to print.
Set one or more printer options. CUPS documentation describing these options is included with Mac OS X and viewable via a web browser at http://127.0.0.1:631/sum.html#STANDARD_OPTIONS.
Print only the page numbers specified in
Print request with priority level
n, increasing from 1 to 100. The default is 50.
title for the print job name.
Cancel jobs belonging to
Print five copies of a formatted ...