Using Canon 'SecurePrint' on Linux¶
Most Canon multifunction printers installed on CERN site do support 'SecurePrint' feature: a document is sent to printer, where one needs to confirm the printout by specifying a passcode (PIN).
Software installationAs root on your CC7 or SLC6 system run:
# yum install lpadmincern(it may already be preinstalled on your system: please make sure that the version is at least: 1.3.8-1) once installation of required software packages finishes, configure your printers using lpadmincern.
Note: It is not possible to use 'SecurePrint' directly in current version of LibreOffice, as workaround please first 'print to file' and print resulting file using above mentioned command line.