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Common UNIX Printing System, CUPS, has reached version 1.2.0. This first stable release in the 1.2.x series comes with more than 90 new features. Among the features is a greatly improved web-interface and improvements with "plug-and-print" support. Certainly this CUPS 1.2.0 release is worth checking out.