Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 975933
cups-browsed should update network interfaces when listening for CUPS Browsing packets
Last modified: 2015-09-09 05:47:43 EDT
When cups-browsed is configured with 'CUPS' in BrowseRemoteProtocols but *not* in BrowseLocalProtocols, changes in network interfaces will not be detected.
It should either periodically check for updated network interfaces or, preferably, listen for NetworkManager D-Bus signals and rescan based on those.
Created attachment 763067 [details]
Something like this patch is needed.
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I suspect that this is part (not not all) of what I'm seeing in bug 1189254.
Pretty sure this is unrelated actually, but in any case it's fixed upstream now in r7328.
(In reply to Tim Waugh from comment #4)
> it's fixed upstream now in r7328.
i.e. since cups-filters-1.0.65