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I'm using refilled printer cartridges that don't show ink levels, so I made a bash script that keeps count of printed pages (from CUPS log) and shows a warning when it reaches about 200 pages (known limit for the cartridge). Is there a way to run this script every time CUPS does a print job?

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You could try using incron to trigger the script whenever the cups log changes.

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