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PPR version 2.0 will have an IPP server which implements IPP 1.1 with CUPS extensions. IPP stands for the Internet Printing Protocol, a protocol for communication between a print client and a print server. CUPS stands for the Common Unix Printing System, a print spooler for Unix which has replaced Berkeley BSD in serveral Linux distributions. CUPS provides an IPP server, an IPP client library, and replacements for the BSD lpr and System V lp command line tools. These replacement tools use the IPP client library to communicate with the CUPS IPP server.
PPR version 2.0 (currently under development) has an IPP server which implements IPP 1.1 with CUPS extensions. IPP stands for the Internet Printing Protocol, a protocol for communication between a print client and a print server. CUPS stands for the Common Unix Printing System, a print spooler for Unix which has replaced Berkeley BSD in serveral Linux distributions. CUPS provides an IPP server, an IPP client library, and replacements for the BSD lpr and System V lp command line tools. These replacement tools use the IPP client library to communicate with the CUPS IPP server.

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