- systemctl start cloudprintd.service
- Start the cloudprintd service. This will fail if the credentials have not been established. The service will normally start automatically when the computer is running.
- systemctl stop cloudprintd.service
- Stop the cloudprintd service. Login credentials are not lost. Normally, the printer will continue to be shown as a valid destination. Any jobs spooled during that time will print when the service is restarted.
- systemctl status cloudprintd.service
Determine whether the service is running or not.
DESCRIPTIONThe cloudprintd services manages the operation of a Google Cloud Print proxy. It makes locally-defined CUPS printers available for use by approved Google users, both locally and remotely.
Authentication credentials can be established using the wrapper script cps-auth.
- This file contains a number of parameters that control cloudprint. View the file for more details.
- /etc/cloudprint.conf, ~/.cloudprint.conf
Can contain additional command line parameters for cloudprint.