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     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 interac-
          tively 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.

     OPTIONS
          -v,--version
               Print the version of paperconfig and exit.

          -h,--help
               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
               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.

     FILES
          /etc/papersize      Contains the name of the system-wide
                              default paper size to be used if the
                              PAPERSIZE variable is not set.

          /etc/libpaper.d     Directory of scripts to run after the
                              paper size has been changed.  This pack-
                              age 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 require-
                              ments.

     AUTHOR

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          Yves Arrouye <arrouye@debian.org>

     SEE ALSO
          paperconf(1)
          papersize(5)

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