Aaron Konstam wrote: > I agree with you. My only point was you have to change more than you > indicated. To make a user appear in the cups SystemGroup may be too much > power for a single user and it was my opinion the OP waned this power > for all users which may be too many people having too much power. > My mistake. I agree that giving it to all users would be too much power. I was not thinking in terms of all users. I think you could limit it to users logged in locally by using @LOCAL instead of @SYSTEM. This should allow all local users to use their username/password. I have not tried it, as I do not want this kind of permission. I didn't think that was what the OP was after, but you are probably correct on what he was asking. It would be better to just give permission for the specific tasks. More work, as you say, but much safer. And CUPS is already set up to let you do that. Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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