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Re: can't access CUPS through browser

Clive Menzies <clive@clivemenzies.co.uk> writes:

> Are you trying to access cups from a browser on the same machine on
> which cups is installed?
> Under security options in /etc/cups/cups.conf you need something like:
> <Location />
> Order Deny,Allow
> Deny From All
> Allow From  
> Allow From 192.168.1.*  # to access from another PC on the LAN

Or even

  Allow from @LOCAL

for all local interfaces.

> </Location>
> To login type in your browser:
> http://localhost:631
> or http://[ipaddress]:631  (to access from a different machine)

With the new CUPS, https is preferable to http; the admin pages are
restricted to https only.


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