Apparently the printer driver doesn't seem to be found...this happens from Fedora 32, please solve it as soon as possible as the printer is quite necessary!!!!
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Unable to use network or wifi printer
Via USB printer is working ... in WIFI or network is not responding despite being detected .
I stress that even Android detects it correctly, it is possible that the latest versions of Fedora can not use it correctly!
thank you for reporting the issue!
I have two questions:
1) Did you install the queue manually? (by clicking on 'Add printer', the dialog found it and you installed it by clickin on its entry)
2) Is cups-browsed running on your machine? (you can check by '$ systemctl status cups-browsed')
Would you mind answering those two questions?
If neither of answers to those questions are true, then the queue is auto-installed by GTK based on Avahi. There are a known problems with it - see https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1784449 .
Please let me know the answers. Then I can investigate/reassign the bug further.
If GTK is really a culprit, then as a workaround you can try steps I mentioned as questions - installing the queue manually or turning on cups-browsed. Both make the queue permanent and working from all applications.
Back to Windows, relying on linux on a Notebook leads to too many problems, between printers that do not configure correctly, missing codecs ... bad audio volume and lack of video drivers for graphics cards integrated not recent...
Gimp scarce and problematic in many ways ... Photoshop undoubtedly a more serious software, intuitive and complete (and especially multilingual).
Fedora with MESA drivers too many problems of excessive heat and graphics .... is not up to daily desktop use and Gimp not very suitable for your daily shots
The reported didn't provide the requested data, closing as INSUFFICIENT_DATA.
Now it seems to go also Wifi on Fedora 33