Share cups printers with google cloud print
The cloudprintd script makes locally defined CUPS printers available to a Google account, enabling local or remote printing from such services as the Chrome browser, Chrome OS devices, or Android devices.
This is a lower-level command. Cloud Print services would normally be managed through the cloudprint service.
The cloudprint utility is linked as cloudprintd for the cloudprint-service package.
path to Google account ident data (default ~/.cloudprintauth). The format of the file is not public.
establish credentials to the service, then exit.
run in daemon mode.
fast poll, if notifications aren't working.
include local printers matching regular expression from the start of the printer name.
log out of the Google account. This deletes the account identification file, requiring reauthentication the next time cloudprintd is run.
path to PID file in daemon mode (default cloudprint.pid).
store username/password in addition to login token to avoid authentication expiration.
exclude local printers matching regular expression from the start of the printer name.
cloudprintd will prompt for a username and password if the information has not been provided.
If two-factor authentication is enabled for the account, then an application-specific password must be used.
Default location for storing account authentication credentials
Default location for storing internal authentication tokens