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PrinterQ is a print queue manager for the common desktop environment

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PrinterQ is a print queue manager for the common desktop environment. It allows monitoring and managing print jobs on local or remote print servers. It incorporates an easy to use and understand GUI.

PrinterQ is written using the QT Framework and hence tries to be portable to many systems. The initial version is designed for Linux desktop environments, but future releases should be portable to e.g: MacOS or Windows

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  • View job status (all or single print queues)
  • Delete print jobs
  • Hold print jobs
  • View printer status


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Intended Audience

System Administrators, End Users/Desktop

User Interface

X Window System (X11), KDE, Qt, Windows Aero

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