Apple Releases CUPS 2.2 Printing System
Written by Michael Larabel in Free Software on 13 September 2016 at 09:01 PM EDT. 26 Comments
FREE SOFTWARE --
Apple developers have announced the release of the CUPS 2.2 open-source printing system.

CUPS 2.2 brings support for local IPP Everywhere print queues, security improvements, performance improvements, Upstart support (yes, this late in the game), Let's Encrypt certificate support on Linux, and much more.

More details on CUPS 2.2 are available via CUPS.org and via the GitHub CHANGES.

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