- By mistake, a user sends a file to print on a remote printer. The best course of action is:
- Stop printer service immediately
- Ask the administrator to switch off the printer
- Delete the document if the print document is still in the queue
- Call up the remote location and have them reject the print job from the printer controls
- A system administrator wants to make few changes to the CUPS server configuration. Changes should be made in which of the files?
- Refer to following section from the CUPS configuration file and identify the correct statement.
Order Allow,Deny Allow gsource.com Deny uk.gsource.com
- Only the allow statement is valid
- Allow access to all hosts in the gsource.com subdomain, but exclude those that are in the uk.gsource.com domain
- Allow access to all hosts in the gsource.com domain and uk.gsource.com subdomain
- Allow access to all hosts in the gsource.com domain, but exclude those that are in the uk.gsource.com subdomain
- The /etc/cups/printers.conf file contains three printer entries. What should Joe do so that everyone uses the HP1600 printer by default?
- Delete DeviceURI for all other printers
- Specify the DefaultPrinter directive for the HP1600 printer
- Remove all other printer entries except for the HP1600 printer
- Set HP1600 as the local printer
- The /etc/cups/classes.conf file is used by the cupsd daemon for:
- Storing the class of the default printer
- Storing the list of available local printer classes
- Counting the maximum number of client connections
- Sharing printers
- CUPS can only be administered by:
- Remote Printers
- Root User and members of the group specified in the SystemGroup directive
- Depends on Allow, Deny directives
- No administration options are available
- What is the outcome of running the command
lpadmin –d lpicprinter?
- Printer lpicprinter becomes the default printer
- Deletes printer lpicprinter
- Enables printer lpicprinter
- Printer lpicprinter is added
- Which of the following statements regarding cupsd is FALSE?
- Uses other processes for printing, monitoring and providing web interfaces
- By default it runs as a daemon
- Implements IPP operations and attributes
- Runs as multi-threaded server process
- A system administrator needs to find out the number of copies of a confidential document printed by a particular user. Which of the following log files should he view for the information?
- Identify the correct command to view the status of all printers:
lpq –P hpfloor1
- CUPS stands for:
- Common UNIX Printing System
- Common User Printing System
- Co-managed UNIX Printing System
- Current User Printing System
- CUPS retains the print job in the queue even after it is printed.
True or False?
- Which of the following changes is NOT possible by modifying various settings in the CUPS configuration file?
- Allow access from the specified host
- Port to listen for printer information packets
- Maximum number of copies that a user can print per job
- Maximum number of printers that can be configured
- While the printer testprinter was printing a job and had several others in the queue, Joe runs the command
lpadmin –x testprinter. The effect of the command is:
- All choices are valid
- Printer testprinter gets deleted
- All pending jobs in the queue are deleted
- Current job is aborted
- Which of the following options when used with cupsd ensures that cpusd runs as a foreground process detached from the controlling terminal?
- Every print job stored in the /var/spool/cups directory has:
- One control file and one or more data files
- Multiple control and data files
- One data file and one or more control files
- One control file and one data file
- Which of the following functions is NOT provided by the printer service?
- Queuing the print jobs
- Scheduling jobs for printing
- Accepting print requests from multiple users
- Economizing use of the printer cartridge
- A printer’s status cannot be offline just because it has run out of paper.
True or False?
- Internet Printing Protocol (IPP) is a network protocol that supports which of the following?
- All confidentiality, authentication and access control
- Access control only
- Both authentication and access control
- Authentication only
- Which of the following statements about CUPS Print Queues is correct?
- Works only for locally connected printers
- Cannot be added using the
- Supports another CUPS printer server on the network
- Does not support Windows-based print servers
- Use of which of the following options for the
lpadmincommand will enable the printer and make it ready to accept jobs?
- A user reports to the system administrator that when printing a Japanese web page, he gets junk characters. Which of the following settings should the system administrator check in the CUPS configuration file?
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