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CUPS stands for Common Unix Printing System, is an open source printing system allowing computer to become a print server and manage the printers on the network.

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cups under Linux Mint (see attached file). As expected, duplex options were now available when configuring a print job. However, when a duplex job is sent to the printer from Linux, it comes out as one … anybody bored enough to help. Here's the Open Print Driver (OPD), modified to work with cups (Edit) Modified Windows ppd driver file, ditto …
asked Apr 18 '18 by Mister_Vulcan
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CUPS Cloud Print utility to add it as a CUPS-enabled printer. Google also has a cloud-print-connector tool that probably does the same thing, but, eh, the first one works fine. So now I can print manual duplex without having to walk back and forth between computer and printer all the time (yay). …
answered Apr 22 '18 by Mister_Vulcan