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=== Capturing the File which is Sent to the Printer. ===

Any print job can be printed to a file. As root, have "FileDevice Yes" in cups-files.conf. As root or a
member of the lpadmin group set up a print queue which prints to a file rather than sending
to a printer. Either

{{{
lpadmin -p <print_queue> -v file:/<whatever> -E -m (or -P) <PPD_file>
}}}

or use the web interface at localhost:631.

"whatever" could be in /tmp or /home. Either way it will have to be made readable for a user with

{{{
chmod 666 <whatever>
}}}





=== A problem with the hpcups filter. ===

Any use of an hpcups PPD file with the previous command on Jessie results
in hpcups crashing. The reason is explained in [[https://wiki.debian.org/WikiSandBox#preview|LP #1395676.]]

One way to get round this is to use cupsfilter up to the application/vnd.cups-raster stage and
then produce the printer-ready file with

{{{
  DEVICE_URI="" PPD="hpcups_ppd" /usr/lib/cups/filter/hpcups 0 0 0 0 0 <raster_file> > out.pcl
}}}

Alternatively, a version of printer-driver-hpcups greater than or equal to 3.15.2 from unstable (Sid)
can be installed. libjpeg8 will also be required.









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