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“cupsys” 1.3.4-1ubuntu3 source package in Ubuntu

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cupsys (1.3.4-1ubuntu3) hardy; urgency=low

  * debian/local/apparmor-profile:
    - Allow rw access to /dev/parport* and ro access to
      /proc/sys/dev/parport/**, so that parallel port printer detection works.
    - Allow unconfined execution of the bluetooth backend. AppArmor currently
      forbids creation of bluetooth sockets without providing a profile option
      to allow it (see bug #172534). (LP: #147800)
    - Permit reading /etc/pnm2ppa.conf. (LP: #155530)
    - Disable AA profile for Samsung's MFP driver, since it needs very high
      and unknown privileges and is a third-party driver which we cannot
      control. (LP: #152537)

 -- Martin Pitt <email address hidden>   Wed, 28 Nov 2007 12:05:30 +0100

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Martin Pitt on 2007-11-28
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Ubuntu Development Team
Component:
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Architectures:
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Section:
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Urgency:
Low Urgency

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Binary packages built by this source

cupsys: Common UNIX Printing System(tm) - server

 The Common UNIX Printing System (or CUPS(tm)) is a printing system and
 general replacement for lpd and the like. It supports the Internet
 Printing Protocol (IPP), and has its own filtering driver model for
 handling various document types.
 .
 This package provides the CUPS scheduler/daemon and related files.
 .
 The terms "Common UNIX Printing System" and "CUPS" are trademarks of
 Easy Software Products (www.easysw.com), and refer to the original
 source packages from which these packages are made.

cupsys-bsd: Common UNIX Printing System(tm) - BSD commands

 The Common UNIX Printing System (or CUPS(tm)) is a printing system and
 general replacement for lpr, lpd and the like. It supports the
 Internet Printing Protocol (IPP), and has its own filtering driver
 model for handling various document types.
 .
 This package provides the BSD commands for interacting with CUPS. It
 is provided separately to allow CUPS to coexist with other printing
 systems (to a small degree).
 .
 The terms "Common UNIX Printing System" and "CUPS" are trademarks of
 Easy Software Products (www.easysw.com), and refer to the original
 source packages from which these packages are made.

cupsys-client: Common UNIX Printing System(tm) - client programs (SysV)

 The Common UNIX Printing System (or CUPS(tm)) is a printing system and
 general replacement for lpd and the like. It supports the Internet
 Printing Protocol (IPP), and has its own filtering driver model for
 handling various document types.
 .
 This package provides the System V style print client programs.
 .
 The terms "Common UNIX Printing System" and "CUPS" are trademarks of
 Easy Software Products (www.easysw.com), and refer to the original
 source packages from which these packages are made.

cupsys-common: Common UNIX Printing System(tm) - common files

 The Common UNIX Printing System (or CUPS(tm)) is a printing system and
 general replacement for lpd and the like. It supports the Internet
 Printing Protocol (IPP), and has its own filtering driver model for
 handling various document types.
 .
 This package provides common files for CUPS server and client packages.
 .
 The terms "Common UNIX Printing System" and "CUPS" are trademarks of
 Easy Software Products (www.easysw.com), and refer to the original
 source packages from which these packages are made.

libcupsimage2: Common UNIX Printing System(tm) - image libs

 The Common UNIX Printing System (or CUPS(tm)) is a printing system and
 general replacement for lpd and the like. It supports the Internet
 Printing Protocol (IPP), and has its own filtering driver model for
 handling various document types.
 .
 This package provides the image libraries for handling the CUPS
 raster format.
 .
 The terms "Common UNIX Printing System" and "CUPS" are trademarks of
 Easy Software Products (www.easysw.com), and refer to the original
 source packages from which these packages are made.

libcupsimage2-dev: Common UNIX Printing System(tm) - image development files

 The Common UNIX Printing System (or CUPS(tm)) is a printing system and
 general replacement for lpd and the like. It supports the Internet
 Printing Protocol (IPP), and has its own filtering driver model for
 handling various document types.
 .
 This package provides the files necessary for developing applications
 that use the CUPS raster image format.
 .
 The terms "Common UNIX Printing System" and "CUPS" are trademarks of
 Easy Software Products (www.easysw.com), and refer to the original
 source packages from which these packages are made.

libcupsys2: Common UNIX Printing System(tm) - libs

 The Common UNIX Printing System (or CUPS(tm)) is a printing system and
 general replacement for lpd and the like. It supports the Internet
 Printing Protocol (IPP), and has its own filtering driver model for
 handling various document types.
 .
 This package provides the base shared libraries for CUPS.
 .
 The terms "Common UNIX Printing System" and "CUPS" are trademarks of
 Easy Software Products (www.easysw.com), and refer to the original
 source packages from which these packages are made.

libcupsys2-dev: Common UNIX Printing System(tm) - development files

 The Common UNIX Printing System (or CUPS(tm)) is a printing system and
 general replacement for lpd and the like. It supports the Internet
 Printing Protocol (IPP), and has its own filtering driver model for
 handling various document types.
 .
 This package provides the files necessary for developing CUPS-aware
 applications and CUPS drivers, as well as examples how to communicate
 with cupsys from different programming languages (Perl, Java, and
 PHP).
 .
 The terms "Common UNIX Printing System" and "CUPS" are trademarks of
 Easy Software Products (www.easysw.com), and refer to the original
 source packages from which these packages are made.