client.conf - client configuration file for cups (deprecated on macos)
The client.conf file configures the CUPS client and is normally located in the /etc/cups and/or ~/.cups directories. Each line in the file can be a configuration directive, a blank line, or a comment. Comment lines start with the # character.
Note: Starting with macOS 10.7, this file is only used by command-line and X11 applications plus the IPP backend. The ServerName directive is not supported on macOS at all. Starting with macOS 10.12, all applications can access these settings in the /Library/Preferences/org.cups.PrintingPrefs.plist file instead. See the NOTES section below for more information.
The following directives are understood by the client. Consult the online help for detailed descriptions:
The client.conf file is deprecated on macOS and will no longer be supported in a future version of CUPS. Configuration settings can instead be viewed or changed using the defaults(1) command:
defaults write /Library/Preferences/org.cups.PrintingPrefs.plist Encryption Required defaults write /Library/Preferences/org.cups.PrintingPrefs.plist TrustOnFirstUse -bool NO defaults read /Library/Preferences/org.cups.PrintingPrefs.plist Encryption
On Linux and other systems using GNU TLS, the /etc/cups/ssl/site.crl file, if present, provides a list of revoked X.509 certificates and is used when validating certificates.
cups(1), default(1), CUPS Online Help (http://localhost:631/help)
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