How do I manage quotas?
kurt.pfeifle at infotec.com
Wed Jun 27 07:23:09 PDT 2007
Johannes Meixner wrote on 04:59 Jun 20:
> On Jun 19 23:49 Kurt Pfeifle wrote (shortened):
> > > ... I need to give staff and students different quotas ...
> > CUPS' quotas are per printer. Same for each user...
> For sophisticated quota and accounting, PyKota might help:
> "Supports both Print Accounting and Print Quota enforcement.
> Each can be set on a per user and/or per users group basis."
are there any plans to package PyKota for openSUSE any time soon?
(P.S.: I'm sure I'd write a raving review of both, PyKota and
openSUSE-10.3, on a very prominent news outlet on the Internet,
if only it were packaged properly by openSUSE. Replace "openSUSE"
with $anydistro, if you want.... But right now, PyKota can not
really be recommended to any customer or user who does not have
a versatile and smart packager at their own disposal.)
System & Network Printing Consultant --- Linux/Unix/Windows/Samba/CUPS
Infotec Deutschland GmbH - A RICOH Company ......... Stuttgart/Germany
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