|PAPERCONFIG(8)||Linux Administrator's Manual||PAPERCONFIG(8)|
NAME¶paperconfig - configure the system default paper size
SYNOPSIS¶paperconfig [ -v,--version ] [ -h,--help ] [ -p, --paper papername | --force ]
DESCRIPTION¶paperconfig sets the system (or default) paper to be used by tools using the papersize file. It can either ask interactively for the paper to use or be called non-interactively by scripts.
When the paper size has been changed, paperconfig notifies other packages of the change by running the scripts in the /etc/libpaper.d directory.
- Print the version of paperconfig and exit.
- Print help about usage and exit.
- -p, --paper papername
- Use papername if possible. If papername is not a valid paper, print an error message and exit.
- Force interactive selection of the system paper even if the actual paper is a valid one.
ENVIRONMENT¶PAPERCONF Full path to a file containing the paper size to use; this file will be rewritten with the system paper size.
- Contains the name of the system-wide default paper size to be used if the PAPERSIZE variable is not set.
- Directory of scripts to run after the paper size has been changed. This package puts no scripts here, but other packages may. run-parts is used to run the scripts, therefore their names must comply with run-part's naming requirements.
AUTHOR¶Yves Arrouye <firstname.lastname@example.org>
|5 January 2005||Debian/Linux|