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gspl-ulist - list permissions for users
gspl-ulist [ -options ]
gspl-ulist lists the permissions of users known to the GNUspool print spooler system. The invoking user must have edit admin file permission to use gspl-ulist.
Note that the order of treatment, letters and keywords described below may be modified by editing the file rest.help - see spsyntax(5). The environment variable on which options are supplied is "GSPL-ULIST" and the environment variable to specify the help file is "SPRESTCONF". -? or +explain causes a summary of the other options to be displayed without taking further action. -D or +default-format cancel the -F option and revert to the default format. -d or +default-line display an initial line giving the default options (default). -F or +format format the output according to the format string given. -H or +header generate a header for each column of the output appropriate for the format. -N or +no-header cancel the -H option. -n or +numeric-sort sort the list of users by the numeric user id (default). -S or +no-user-lines suppress the user lines. It is an error to invoke this and the -s option as well. -s or +no-default-line suppress the initial line giving the default options. -U or +user-lines display the user lines (default). -u or +user-sort sort the list of users by the user name. +freeze-current Save all the current options in a .gnuspool file in the current directory. +freeze-home Save all the current options in a .gnuspool file in the user's home directory. Format argument. The format string consists of a string containing the following character sequences, which are replaced by various user permission parameters. The string may contain various other printing characters or spaces as required. Each column is padded on the right to the length of the longest entry. If a header is requested, the appropriate abbreviation is obtained from the message file and inserted. %a allowed form types %b allowed printer types %c allowed class code %d default priority %f default form type %l minimum priority %m maximum priority %n maximum copies %o default printer %p privileges %u user name. %v "L" if the user is a valid user The string "DEFAULT" replaces the user name in the default values line. Note that the various strings are read from the message file, so it is possible to modify them as required by the user. The default format is %u %d %l %m %n %c %p Privileges format The following are output via the %p format. Note that the actual strings are read from the message file, and are the same ones as are used by gspl-uchange(1). "ALL" is displayed if all privileges are set. Adm edit admin file Stp stop scheduler Form select forms other than restriction pattern Otherp select printers other than restriction pattern Cpri change priority once queued Otherj edit other users' jobs. Prinq select printer list Hgo stop and start printers Anyp select any priority once queued Cdef change own default priority within range Addp add and delete printers Cover override class Unq unqueue jobs Votj view (but not change) other users' jobs Remj access remote jobs Remp access remote printers Accessj access non-displayed job attributes Freeze freeze parameters from display
~/.gnuspool configuration file (home directory) .gnuspool configuration file (current directory) rest.help message file
GSPL_ULIST space-separated options to override defaults. SPRESTCONF location of alternative help file.
gspl-uchange(1), gspl-user(1), spsyntax(5), gnuspool.conf(5), gnuspool.hosts(5).
Various diagnostics are read and printed as required from the message file, by default rest.help.
Copyright (c) 2009 Free Software Foundation, Inc. This is free software. You may redistribute copies of it under the terms of the GNU General Public License <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html>. There is NO WARRANTY, to the extent permitted by law.
John M Collins, Xi Software Ltd.