I've installed KDE desktop, that depends on avahi. It has two daemons avahi-daemon and avahi-dnsconfd.
In ArchLinux wiki there is no info about avahi-dnsconfd. I've tried Daemon and Avahi pages.
CUPS 1.6 changed the behavior of printer sharing and essentially moved its print advertising out to DNSSD. If you don't have Avahi installed on the server, install it and enabled the avahi-daemon and avahi-dnsconfd (initscripts) or avahi and avahi-daemon (systemd). You may need to configure Avahi in order for it to work.
I use to work with openSUSE (I think its 12.2) installed as a guest on a windows system using VMware Workstation.
The sytem refuses to boot and offers single user mode. It uses systemd for startup. From dmesg I know that
- avahi-dnsconfd.service/start failed with result
Following services are also not startet (they might depend on their predecessors).
My VPS provider recently suspended my account for "participating in a DoS attack". Since I've naturally done no such thing, I can only assume it was a security breach, and am now investigating what might have happened.