CUPS Printer not working on Ubuntu only: “No suitable Destination Host found by cups-browsed”

I am running Ubuntu 18.04.2 Desktop on my laptop.

I have installed CUPS to a Raspberry Pi running Raspbian. My Mac will consistently print to this printer without any problems.

From Ubuntu Desktop I am only able to print to the printer ~1 minute after a reboot of Ubuntu Desktop. After that time documents will not print.

When I visit ‘localhost:631’ from Ubuntu Desktop the status is listed as ‘Idle – “No suitable Destination Host found by cups-browsed”’ (see attached).

I have followed the instructions in the answer linked below, but it hasn’t stopped this bug.

Printer stopped working after upgrade 16.04 to 18.04

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my printer and computer quit playing nice

we have an epson-wp-4530 which worked well enough with this computer for a couple of years. We had a power outage and all hell broke loose. I was able to commence communications with the printer, but all it would print was a couple characters over and over and over again.
I got the latest deb 64 bit driver, installed and rebooted, and now it is printing a lot more complicated gibberish instead of test pages and whatnot that i am trying to print. Can anyone help me with this? thanks ubuntu 18.04.1 LTS printer driver epson-201113w

freerdp printer redirect || share local printer

I am new to xfreerdp and having some printer issues. I have everything working the way i like with this command:

xfreerdp /u:$ (zenity --entry --title="Enter Username")@wilsonlogistics.local /p:$ (zenity --entry --title="Enter Password") / /multimon /f

but i then wanted to add a local printer so i changed it to:

xfreerdp /u:$ (zenity --entry --title="Enter Username")@wilsonlogistics.local /p:$ (zenity --entry --title="Enter Password") / /multimon /f /printer:printer,"Kyocera FS-4000DN"

I have tried alot of differnet ways to type the printer part but none are successful. any help is appreciated.

The command logs me in but does not share any printers.

I am on Ubuntu 18.04

Remove printer that is no longer used

The MG2220 printer is no longer connected to my computer.

Yet lpstat is still showing it.

How can I get that removed?

andy@7_~/Downloads$   lpstat -p printer Canon_TS9100_series is idle.  enabled since Mon 11 Mar 2019 04:41:26 PM CDT printer HL-2240-series is idle.  enabled since Tue 12 Mar 2019 03:28:52 PM CDT printer MG2200-series is idle.  enabled since Wed 20 Feb 2019 10:50:51 AM CST 

Sniffing the printer [on hold]

I am trying to sniff the packages sent by the phone specifically Android phone. I have HP envy 4520. And I am using Kali802.11 in virtual box with alfa AWUS036ACH. I am trying to print a page with my phone and then I wanna capture it and rebuild the printing document. I have successfully captured the packages and decryptes it but they all are unreadable, is there a way that I can convert that tcp flow packages in readable format or may be directly print it? Or may be there is another way to sniff and rebuild the packages?

Cannot get new Brother printer to work

I am running Ubuntu 16.04 LTS. I have installed a new Brother MFC J995DW printer but iI cannot get the drivers to work. Does anyone have any experience with this printer? I followed the steps to download the driver from Brother’s website but it still won’t print. It looks like the computer is talking to the printer but not printing. thank you

iMac Late 2013 with MacOS 10.14.3 not recognizing my printer, any help and or ideas?

First of all I am not sure this is the right place/space to ask for help about this, if not please let me know and I suggest me any other place to move this into.

As title says I am unable to add my printer (Canon MG7720) to my MacOs and I can’t find anything helpful over Internet. Currently the printer is connected through the USB cable (directly into the iMac, I’d it connected to a USB Hub and I was blaming it but it was not the case). Before have the printer connected to the USB I was having issues also with the AirPrint feature since I was able to add the printer and use it one time only from there it never worked again 🙁 does any have an idea in what could be wrong or what I am missing here?

Will a printer refuse HTTP connections from a non local address?

One of my printers, an HP m605 enterprise printer, is connected to one of 4 ethernet ports on my business class Comcast cable model. My service class has 5 static IPs. The administration for the printer can be accessed locally by using the local address from a web browser. For example, if I access the hub wirelessly and type (the local address of the printer) in a browser then the web administration page comes up.

Will the printer accept access to this page from external addresses? For example, if I go another network and type http://x.x.x.x into a browser where x.x.x.x is the static IP address associated with that ethernet port will the administration page come up?

Print jobs to USB printer sit in spooler and don’t print

I can send jobs to my print spooler, but they just sit there.

From my CUPS browser page http://localhost:631/printers/Brother_HL-L2350DW_series

Description:    Brother HL-L2350DW series Location:    Driver: Brother HL-L2350DW series, driverless, cups-filters 1.21.3 (grayscale, 2-sided printing) Connection: dnssd://Brother%20HL-L2350DW%20series._ipp._tcp.local/?uuid=e3248000-80ce-11db-8000-d46a6a59f9a6 Defaults:   job-sheets=none, none media=na_letter_8.5x11in sides=two-sided-long-edge 

Jobs just sit in the queue and the status remains “Processing”

I restarted by printer and the panel says “Sleeping” which is normal.

My printer is connected via a USB cable:

$   lsusb ... Bus 003 Device 011: ID 04f9:009e Brother Industries, Ltd  

What else can I do to diagnose this? I just made a fresh install of 18.04.