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Old 03-13-2004, 03:54 PM   #1
Registered: Aug 2003
Location: Dallas,TX
Distribution: Ubuntu Server, Slackware, Red Hat 6.1
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CUPS webserver questions - where are the html files?

I just ran a system vulnrebilities check with the Nessus tool. One of the problems was with the CUPS daemon thing that runs on port 631. It said it could access the source code to /printers/HPDeskjet812c on the server (it said that about 8 times). The suggested solution to fix the problem was to delete the files. I just cant find where cups keeps its html files with it starts the server (the one you can connect to in a browser and administrate printers). Anyone know? I really want to avoid having to stop the server from starting up at boot time.

if this helps: at first I thought it meant there was a folder called /printers at my root directory, but apparently it means localhost:631/printers/, not /printers on my file system.


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