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Print to PDF using cups-pdf March 23, 2006

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I have been looking for a solution to print any file to pdf using a pdf printer driver.

cups-pdf is the package I was looking for apparently. But unfortunately, this takes just a little setting up.

Install cups-pdf by using:
$sudo apt-get install cups-pdf

Edit /etc/cups/cupsd.conf and change the line that says:
RunAsUser Yes
to
RunAsUser No

Restart cupsys:
$sudo /etc/init.d/cupsys restart

Add a new printer (System->Administration->Printing) selecting the “Local Printer” “PDF Printer” option. In the next step choose “Generic Printer” and then used the “Postscript Color Printer (Ver 3)” driver.

Now you should be able to print to pdf by selecting the newly setup printer.

Cribs:
1) The output .pdf files are stored in your “Home” directory. I can’t find a way to change this output directory to something of my liking
2) The output files are named with pre-defined names (job_8-untitled_document.pdf is an example). It would have been nice to select a name while printing.
3) One shouldn’t have to edit the cupsd.conf file to enable printing! (I found that I might have to edit the configuration file by visiting the homepage of the package, and trying out what I did). At the very least, the README.Debian file for the package should have informed me of the need to edit the configuration file.

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1. Andre - March 23, 2006

I use a somewhat different approach. When printing I substitute kprinter for lpr. This pops up the KDE print dialog, which includes an option to produce PDF. It doesn’t matter that I use GNOME instead of KDE, it still works fine. You need to install the kdeprint package to do this.

2. ubuntonista - March 23, 2006

Andre, nice solution! Had I known of that, I peobably wouldn’t have spent the time I did configuring cups-pdf.

3. Marius - March 23, 2006

Just tried this, and the generated PDF is unreadable, the font seems to be messed up (way too small). Also, the pdf file name is strange, the print dialog box (in Firefox) says one thing and then on the filesystem there is some long strange file.

I am using Breezy. What version of Ubuntu did you use?

4. manuel - March 23, 2006

first i’d like to thank you for your great blog – it’s always interesting to read and helps me a lot with my “newbies-day-to-day” problems…keep up the excellent work :)

but i have some problems getting andre’s solution to work – i installed kprinter, but what are the next steps? when the print dialogue pops up there is no option for printing to pdf…what else do i have to do?

thanks,
manuel

5. Andre - March 24, 2006

Manuel,

I’m using version 3.4.3 of kdeprint (the version in Breezy). The printer pull-down lets me choose which printer to use. One of the printers is “Print to File (PDF)”, which then lets you enter the file name.

6. Stephen Paulger - March 31, 2006

I found this very useful, thank you. Now if I could figure out a way to share the pdf printer to make a network PDF printer.

7. Kumbakara - April 8, 2006

Good post..helped me to get cups-pdf installed on Ubuntu 5.10!
Editing the cupsd.conf..and restarting…a confusing step to take in the overall good Gnome/Ubuntu desktop support for adding printers in general…
Anyway..tnx

8. Brian Dailey - April 28, 2006

Another (easier for the rare occasion) way is to use the default Ubuntu install, choose the ‘Postscript/default’ printer, then print to a file. Then in terminal use ps2pdf to convert the postscript document into a PDF.

9. Ricardo Yanez - May 6, 2006

cups-pdf didn’t work right with firefox until I installed xprint (Breeze Badger).

10. Casey Watson - May 9, 2006

I followed these steps, but I had to use the “Postscript Printer” instead of “Postscript Color Printer (Ver 3)”. I still get color though.

Also the pdfs are placed into ~/PDF on dapper.

11. Allan - May 13, 2006

I cheated nd printed to a file as pdf, then run the following shell script every minute or so, saving the pdf version to workarea/pdf:
#!/bin/sh
# -*- shell-script -*-

OLD_WD=”${PWD}”
cd ${HOME}/workarea/pdf/
for f in ${HOME}/*.ps
do
if [ -f "$f" ]; then
RES=$(tail -n1 “${f}” | grep -q ‘%%EOF’ ; echo $?)
if [[ ${RES} -eq 0 ]]; then
ps2pdf14 “$f” && rm -f “$f”
fi
fi
done
cd “${OLD_WD}”

12. evershade - May 25, 2006

unfortunately i’ve had no luck with either the blog method or the kprinter method on dapper.

but it looks like you can change the output location in:
/etc/cups/cups-pdf.conf

13. Simon - May 27, 2006

As one can read on CUPS-PDF the RunAsUser option is not anymore awailable in CUPS version 1.2 (which is used in UBUNTU 6.06 dapper drake).

It says on the amove mentioned webpage that: “Starting with version 1.2.0 CUPS implements the “RunAsOption” no longer. In order to ensure CUPS-PDF is running with the required root privileges you have to make ‘root’ the owner of the cups-pdf backend and set the file permissions of the backend to 0700 (root only).”

the cups-pdf backend is at /usr/lib/cups/backend/

I’ve tried to sudo chmod 0700 cups-pdf but without success. Is there anyone who know who to deal with this?

Simon

14. Simon - May 27, 2006

Ok. Finally found out how it works (here):

Simply do a “sudo chmod +s /usr/lib/cups/backend/cups-pdf”.

Good luck

Simoin

15. Brian - June 12, 2006

For those who like everything in once place, following method worked great for me on Dapper – Thanks for the tips!

In a terminal:
sudo apt-get install cups-pdf
(You can use synaptic to install cups-pdf too if you like)

sudo chmod +s /usr/lib/cups/backend/cups-pdf

In Gnome:
System > Administration > Printing
New Printer
Local Printer & Use A Detected Printer click on PDF Printer
Choose “Generic” as the manufacturer
Choose “postscript color printer rev3b”
Leave the driver set to “Standard (suggested)”

Too bad you can’t choose a name & location for it to save too, but at least it’s in a sensible location (~/PDF)

Too bad this isn’t enables by default, I love KDE’s built-in PDF printer.

16. Tobias - June 12, 2006

In my /etc/cups/cups-pdf.conf on my debian box I can find this:
### Key: Out
## CUPS-PDF output directory
## special qualifiers:
## ${HOME} will be expanded to the user’s home directory
## ${USER} will be expanded to the user name
## in case it is an NFS export make sure it is exported without
## root_squash!
### Default: /var/spool/cups-pdf/${USER}

Out ${HOME}/PDF

Changing the value should help. There are also options for changing the output name. Without having changed anything in my cups-pdf.conf file I get the webpage or document title as pdf title.

17. Deborah - June 21, 2006

Thanks, Brian, for the pdf printer info! Worked like a champ!

18. HeXonX - June 24, 2006

I’m Running Dapper and followed Brian’s example and have perfect PDF printing. Thanks for the insight. I really don’t mind that it creates a PDF folder in your home directory. This keeps me organized, besides I’ve created a sym link to it in my Documents folder.

19. Russell - June 26, 2006

This will not work to use pdf printer for OpenOffice Impress handouts.
use instead:
1) install cups-pdf
2) run from cli /usr/lib/openoffice/program/spadmin
3) click “New Printer”
4) select “Connect a PDF converter” -> Next
5) select “The default driver” -> Next
6) for command line select line beginning with ” /usr/bin/gs…”
7) change “PDF target directory” to suit -> Next
8) Change the name or Finish
9) if OO is open then close it, then reopen OO
10) open Impress file
11) to print to pdf: File -> Print
12) select printer name “PDF converter”
13) check print to file
14) click “options” -> in “contents”, check “handouts”, clear the rest: click OK
15) in print dialog “OK”
16) select file name and location -> “OK”

thats it!

20. Gustavo Vega - July 26, 2006

OpenOffice can export directly to pdf format. It’s not necesary to use cups-pdf printer generated.

21. Andreas - July 31, 2006

Thanks Simon – you have the solution of my Problem . . .
:-)

22. Noble Baker - July 31, 2006

If two web pages have the same title, printing the second one will overwrite the first. the following setting in /etc/cups/cups-pdf.conf will prepend a job number on the file:

### Key: Label
## label all jobs with a unique job-id in order to avoid overwriting old
## files in case new ones with identical names are created; always true for
## untitled documents
## 0: label untitled documents only, 1: label all documents
### Default: 0

Label 1

23. henk - August 2, 2006

help!

I can’t choose kprinter! The ONLY options I get when clicking on properties is page size, color or grayscale and margins. No other options whatsoever!

24. triple DDD - August 13, 2006

Hi
I thought I would add my two cents. At least when you are browsing in Firefox you can save to a pdf by simply clicking the “print to file” option in the print dialogue window ( I hate that word – window!). It provides an empty area for typing a title and magically saves it as a pdf. I am using Kubuntu, “kdeprint” was installed as part of the system. I am assuming that it is the same in the Ubuntu system as well. I hope this helps.

Dave

25. Robertjm - August 14, 2006

Thanks Brian! That worked great and I didn’t have to edit the CUPS file at all. Now if there was a way to rename the ugly name it installed as to simply Cups-PDF, or something like that!!

26. Peter Anderson - August 16, 2006

Thanks everyone,

However, there is always a ‘kill-joy’; all these PDF printing options seem to work well with the limited testing I have done EXCEPT for THIS page! When I try to print THIS page (either as a PDF, a file or to hard copy using my laser printer I only get two pages of which only the first has any content. Printing stops after the first line of “3. Marius – March 23, 2006…

Very strange!

But thanks anyhow for the great ideas.

Regards,
Peter

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28. Ted Roche - October 3, 2006

A minor correction to the original post: the URL for cups-pdf is:

http://www.physik.uni-wuerzburg.de/~vrbehr/cups-pdf/

Great post! Thanks for the tips and thanks to the commenters for the help!

29. Sergio Ruiz - November 1, 2006

Thanks Russell. PDF export didn’t work for me as I was using a PostScript font, now it is perfect with your solution… THANK YOU!!!

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32. krishan - November 21, 2006

Responding to Brian (comment 8), one can use ps2pdf directly for the print
print instead of using the default ‘lpr …’

choose the ‘Postscript/default’ printer -> properties

Then, in the print command box, use the following command

ps2pdf – > $HOME/mozillaprint_$$.pdf

this creates a pdf file in your home directory called mozillaprint_$$
the $$ means to tag in the pid of the ps2pdf process, which is unique every time
you run it. Which means you get a different pdf file for each job.

The downside of this method is that whenever you press the print button, you
ALWAYS end up with a pdf file.

krishan

33. denise - December 20, 2006

Thanks for info.

I always seem to have a problem printing from WordPress sites in Firefox. For example, I printed this blog page using CUPS-PDF. Two pages were created, but only the first had the text block. This text block bleeds off the page cutting off the text at the third comment.

No text appears on page two.

Anything that can be done about printing WordPress pages such as this page?

34. bubu - January 1, 2007

Instead of
sudo chmod +s /usr/lib/cups/backend/cups-pdf
use
sudo dpkg-statoverride –update –add root root 4755 /usr/lib/cups/backend/cups-pdf
This will ensure correct permissions even after update.

35. JMarie - February 1, 2007

I have exactly the same problem as Denise and Peter Anderson; THIS page does not print entirely with cups-pdf: only the 1st page prints and the 2nd is blank.

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38. Drakke - February 13, 2007

The problem printing this page (and some others) is not cups-pdf. I can print all the pages (about 6) using cups-pdf and Konqueror; with Iceweasel 2.0.0.1 (Firefox for non-Debian distros) was imposible for me. I thing that maybe is some strange behavior in the way that firefox parses CSS.
If you try the print preview, you can see than the frame that had the “content” don’t break at the end of the page, it continue, go on behind of the next page… I don’t know if the problem is only in this version or only in the Debian distro…

P.D. My english is bad, so I’m sorry if I write something strange o wrong ;)

39. Ike Hall - February 27, 2007

Brian, your solution worked brilliantly. I’m running Ubuntu Edgy. Thanks to everyone for their suggestions!

40. dmom - March 4, 2007

Thanks for this !

I followed the steps you outline here generally, but I used the Synaptic GUI and the CUPS web interface, and didn’t change system settings (run as user). These were all there already on a default install of Ubuntu (6.10/Edgy).

I think this might be a little more friendly for some people, if so, you can see my description and some screen shots @ http://cuasan.wordpress.com/2007/03/01/print-anything-to-a-pdf-document-in-gnulinux/

Thanks again for outlining this !

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42. shiva - March 11, 2007

OK I can find the .pdf in the ~/pdf directory. But my printer (Canon S330) doesn’t churn out a hard copy. It otherwise works out well from OpenOffice

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44. Maurice Fellay - April 4, 2007

Hey, regarding where to put the pdf file, on the print screen (besides the printer selected) there is a check mark to print to a file, using that option it is quite easy to tell cups-pdf where to send and how to name the generated PDF.

45. forum - April 8, 2007

It’s really works for me.Thanks dude.

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48. Wendell - May 2, 2007

FWIW, this solution works great in Feisty Fawn.

49. Lord Xyrer - May 12, 2007

the kdeprint solutions is cleaner and the easiest, just change the postcript/default printer command to kdeprint –stdin an it’s done, it pops out the kde printing dialogue with the option to select print to pdf file and where to save it.
Thanks a lot for this, I have been looking for it a while.

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lpadmin -x NAMEYOURPRINTER
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cupsenable NAMEYOURPRINTER
accept NAMEYOURPRINTER

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54. Dave - August 1, 2007
55. Guru - August 14, 2007

Hi, I am using the PDF Converter option in the Print button to convert the Webpage to a PDF. Can anyone tell me how can i add a default name to the page that i am going to to PDF? My PDF Converter name is Amyuni PDF Coverter.
Thanks in Advance.

56. Marwan ALJu'beh - August 22, 2007

it’s also a good idea to actually replace the PDF folder in the home directory with a symbolic link to the folder where you place your pdf files… i find this a much better way than running a script…

57. JS - September 4, 2007

From Kubuntu, I did not have to change the config file. RunAsUser was not even there.

58. kill_u - September 7, 2007

Thanks

59. joypadeux - September 14, 2007

excellent it works great!!

60. bgtroll - September 28, 2007

Great new,
In the Gutsy Gabon it is installed by default :) :) :) :) :) :)
When you go to System->Administration->Printing, you can find PDF under Local Printers :) :).
Tested with Firefox and it’s working – yes, there are some minor problems with some colors, but atleast is preinstalled :)

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64. Cymen - October 17, 2007

Good post! My CUPS installation is running on another server though. I run KDE so I modifed my Firefox configuration like so:

http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=205050

But I setup CUPS to print to PDF too as a backup. Thanks!

65. DDT-MODELS - October 21, 2007

How about addressing the mess of STREAMS. And why don’t some channels show up, like mine!?

66. DDT-WEBKINZ - October 22, 2007

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67. TvAddicted - November 22, 2007

Wow, i’m impressed. Your blog is very well structured and one can find alot of useful info here. Keep it up!

68. vaquerito - November 30, 2007

Andre. What a hack. THANK you man!!!

69. rytis - December 14, 2007

To simply make cups do what it ought after typing something like
lpr -Ppdf somefile,
First cups-pdf should be present. Then you might add a cups-pdf printer in cups configuration, and add in /etc/cups/client.conf a line
ServerName 127.0.0.1
Should work…

70. octoberdan - December 18, 2007

Now prints to ~/PDF by default. You don’t need to manually restart the service or manually install the printer. the apt-get is enough. To configure:
/etc/cups/cups-pdf.conf
I then used imagemagick to convert the pdf to jpg

sudo apt-get install imagemagick
convert ~/PDF/foo.pdf foo.jpg

71. michael - December 20, 2007

I visit the blog,I find the life interesting,and I will not be upset.

72. Daniel - December 31, 2007

To print to a specific localtion, just select “Print to File” when you print it, give him a name and select location where you want the pdf saved. Thats all. THANKS for this wunderfull and easy PDF Printer setup guide.

73. Fake - January 12, 2008

Select the print as a file option don’t create a PDF file but a PS file… even when the cups-pdf printer is selected.

74. Mime to PDF - January 30, 2008

Does it offer server-side PDF conversion like Adlib Software products?

75. jesus - April 1, 2008

hi everybody,

There’s another way, just print document to PS format and once done open it up using kpdf,once done if you go ahead and print the file it will automatically convert file from ps to pdf

76. Folder Printing - April 22, 2008

Thanks for this information.

In my /etc/cups/cups-pdf.conf on my debian box I can find this:
### Key: Out
## CUPS-PDF output directory
## special qualifiers:
## ${HOME} will be expanded to the user’s home directory
## ${USER} will be expanded to the user name
## in case it is an NFS export make sure it is exported without
## root_squash!
### Default: /var/spool/cups-pdf/${USER}

Out ${HOME}/PDF

Changing the value should help. There are also options for changing the output name. Without having changed anything in my cups-pdf.conf file I get the webpage or document title as pdf title.

77. demard - June 4, 2008

How about addressing the mess of STREAMS. And why don’t some channels show up, like mine!?

78. Greg - July 15, 2008

I have managed to share the PDF printer from my Ubuntu box to a Windows box. When adding the printer to windows, I used the following print driver
http://www.pdfhacks.com/virtual_printer/

Printing to the shared printer results in a pdf being created in the default pdf location.

79. Micheil - October 11, 2008

hmm.. I used a similar method to print svg’s from Inkscape out as pdf’s, although, I also used pdftk to burst and concatenate the files as they came out, due to it being a multi-document document.. If that makes sense.

80. Alex - February 18, 2009

Maybe you like Printruler (http://code.google.com/p/printruler/) for formatting, etc

81. Marcus - March 9, 2009

“…In my /etc/cups/cups-pdf.conf on my debian box I can find this:
### Key: Out
## CUPS-PDF output directory
## special qualifiers:
## ${HOME} will be expanded to the user’s home directory
## ${USER} will be expanded to the user name
## in case it is an NFS export make sure it is exported without
## root_squash!
### Default: /var/spool/cups-pdf/${USER}

Out ${HOME}/PDF…”

Don’t forget to create this directory in ${HOME} otherwise it will continue to fail!!!

82. Prefabrik - August 7, 2009

It is wonderful and successfully! Perfect izahing. Thanks you all.

83. гей клуб Майкоп - December 17, 2009

и всё эе: прелестно!!

84. miki - December 17, 2009

installed cups-pdf just fine and without any change to cupsd.conf it works….only that it does not ask me for a name of a document…it just puts a file in pdf folder in my home folder

85. Larry Bradley - January 1, 2010

All this terminal stuff is a totally unnecessary if you are running ubuntu 9.10 (why would you NOT be?). Open the Synaptics Package Manager, search for cups-pdf, click to mark it for installation, click apply. That’s it. As one commentor pointed out, look for your printed pages at /home/pdf. That’s all there is to it.

86. Stefaan - February 8, 2010

This all does not work for my Koala (Ubuntu 9.10) :-(
Whatever I tried

87. Stefaan - February 8, 2010

Sorry for my former message, I was to fast in showing my discourage. But now I followed, at the finally end, the wonderful advice of Larry Bradley and this finally works to have a pdf-file printer!! Thanks a lot Larry! I cannot be made easier.

88. Artem - March 1, 2010

If cups-pdf error saying “cups-insecure-filter”,
type:

sudo chown -hR root /usr/lib/cups/filter
sudo chown -hR root /usr/lib/cups/backend
sudo chgrp -hR root /usr/lib/cups/filter
sudo chgrp -hR root /usr/lib/cups/backend

Doing this solved problem.

89. Alquiler de yates - April 23, 2010

regarding where to put the pdf file, on the print screen (besides the printer selected) there is a check mark to print to a file, using that option it is quite easy to tell cups-pdf where to send and how to name the generated PDF.

90. algdfa - April 28, 2010

Subject Mfbd can not forget the experience, thank you

91. Alquiler de barcos en Ibiza - May 10, 2010

To print to a specific localtion, just select “Print to File” when you print it, give him a name and select location where you want the pdf saved.

92. Alquiler de barcos en Ibiza - May 29, 2010

Editing the cupsd.conf..and restarting…a confusing step to take in the overall good Gnome/Ubuntu desktop support for adding printers in general…

93. bayu suwarning hadi - June 9, 2010

I really successfully print with my documents but i can’t print to pdf from flash web :(

94. Leaflet Printing - July 12, 2010

Cups-pdf works really well, admittedly there is some setting up but once you’ve done so its great.

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97. Ypho - July 29, 2010

I always used fpdf, but it was too limited. Will try this one.

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99. e-k-o - August 28, 2010

hi,
cups-pdf works fine, but any links/hyperlinks in pdf file doens’t work. any idea?

100. porno sikiş - September 27, 2010

Good post..helped me to get cups-pdf installed on Ubuntu 5.10!
Editing the cupsd.conf..and restarting…a confusing step to take in the overall good Gnome/Ubuntu desktop support for adding printers in general…

101. sex sikiş - September 28, 2010

Thanks, Brian, for the pdf printer info! Worked like a champ!

102. Graphic Design Evesham - October 7, 2010

I agree with eko, any links that are in the pdf do not work when using cups-pdf, unless i’m doing something wrong?

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103. Sr. Dorothy Robinson - October 7, 2010

I’ve been struggling with the pdf thing for a good while; the pdf export in oo.org just doesn’t always do what I want, especially with Presentation. I had used cups-pdf on other computers, but somehow forgotten that this was what made the print to pdf magic. thank you!

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Another note: I’m using Presentation as a DT Publisher –yes, I know it isn’t meant for that, but it is so much easier to place elements on the page than with Writer. And finding the best way to print to pdf may be the last barrier! thanks again…

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