Jack Howarth wrote:
Has anyone been able to get rawhide to provide Bonjour printer access from the printer configuration tool? This was working in F9 but now (with the avahi-tools installed and the mDNS port openedon the firewall or the firewall completely disabled), shared Bonjour printers don't appear in the discovered printers ofthe printer configuration tool. I am not sure exactly which component to file a bug report against. I also was puzzled that cups no longer installs avahi-tools. I filed a bug report about that in F9 and they changed cups to fixed that issue (which now seems to be regressed).
This is meant to be working in rawhide (although DNS-SD support has been disabled in Fedora 9/10 for the time being).
It was working for me the last time I tested it against a network print server. Do you get output when you run '/usr/lib/cups/backend/dnssd' from the command line?
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