Provided by: cloudprint-service_0.14-13_all
cloudprint - share CUPS printers with Google Cloud Print
The cloudprint script makes locally-defined CUPS printers available to a Google account, enabling local or remote printing from such services as the Chrome browser, Chrome OS devices, or Android devices. This is a lower-level command. Cloud Print services would normally be managed through the cloudprint service. The cloudprint utility is linked as cloudprintd for the cloudprint-service package.
-a <account_file>, --account_file <account_file> path to Google account ident data (default ~/.cloudprintauth.json). -c, --credentials establish credentials to the service, then exit. -d, --daemon run in daemon mode. -f, --fastpoll fast poll, if notifications aren't working. -i regexp, --include regexp include local printers matching regular expression from the start of the printer name. -l, --logout log out of the Google account. This deletes the account identification file, requiring reauthentication the next time cloudprint is run. -p <pid_file>, --pidfile <pid_file> path to PID file in daemon mode (default cloudprint.pid). -v, --verbose verbose logging. -x regexp, --exclude regexp exclude local printers matching regular expression from the start of the printer name. -s sitename, --sitename sitename define a site name to be prepended to all printer names. --syslog-address SYSLOG_ADDRESS syslog address to use in daemon mode (default stdout). -h, --help display help cloudprint will provide a URL to claim the printer, if credentials have not been established.
~/.cloudprintauth Default location for storing account authentication credentials /etc/cloudprint.conf, ~/.cloudprint.conf Configuration file containing additional command-line parameters for cloudprint.