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NAME

       rlprd - remote printing proxy daemon

SYNOPSIS

       rlprd  [-nqV] [-pport] [-ttimeout] [--debug]

DESCRIPTION

       rlprd  is  a  proxy  which  runs  between  the remote printing commands
       (rlpr(1), rlpq(1), and rlprm(1)) and  standard  lpd  print  servers  in
       situations  where  the  remote  printing  commands  cannot be installed
       setuid root.  For a discussion on how to configure the remote  printing
       commands, please see rlpr(1).

       rlprd needs to be installed setuid root - if it cannot be run this way,
       it is useless.

       rlprd works  by  mapping  non-privileged  port  requests  from  rlpr(1)
       clients  to  privileged  ports  so  that  lpd’s  will  listen  to them.
       Eliminating the "security" gained by having privileged ports is a  non-
       issue,  since the Internet is no longer just Unix, and Unix is the only
       OS that has the privileged port concept.

       rlprd is not a replacement for lpd(8).  It  merely  passes  data  to  a
       lpd(8)  on  a  target machine (which is specified by an invocation of a
       remote printing command).  However, when a client  is  using  the  rlpr
       suite  of  tools to do remote printing, the client does not need to run
       an lpd(8) locally.

       Note that once  an  rlprd  is  set  up  on  a  network  (including  the
       Internet),  any host may connect to it and use its proxy services if it
       knows the name of the machine running it.

OPTIONS

       --debug
              Print gobs of debugging information.

       -n, --no-daemon
              Don’t run rlprd as a daemon.  Usually not needed.

       -p, --port=number
              Select an  alternate  port  (instead  of  7290)  to  listen  on.
              Usually not needed.

       -q, --quiet, --silent
              Quiet mode - stay quiet (except for fatal errors).

       -t --timeout=seconds
              Set the inactivity timer.  If the connection hangs for more than
              seconds seconds, then rlprd will time out the  connection.   Use
              the  special  value  ‘-1’ to wait forever.  Default timeout is 3
              seconds.

       -V, --version
              Print version and exit.

SEE ALSO

       rlpr(1), rlpq(1), rlprm(1), rlprrc(5)

AUTHOR

       meem <meem@gnu.org>

BUGS/LIMITATIONS

       It is not currently possible to run rlprd from inetd(8).