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 was assigned the task to use the android patch http://avahi.org/ticket/354 to compile avahi core to android.
After i use the patch ,there are no Android.mk files present in any of the Avahi subdirectories (like \avahi-core etc).How can i get them.
Hi. I'm running a Linux server at home, used mainly as file-server and router.
Recently, I've been having a lot of trouble with network slowdown. I see a ton of "localhost avahi-daemon: Invalid query packet" messages, with the pid number changing ever so often. A reboot seems to temporarily fix the issue, but only for a few minutes.
After I updated to CUPS 1.6, I experienced the following problems:1. Since CUPS sharing protocol was dropped, I can't see shared printers on my local network even if avahi-daemon started before cupsd. I simply can't figure out how can I share my printer in an auto-discoverable way with avahi. (I can see the printer in avahi-discover, but not in printer dialog.)2.
Hi. I switched to a pure systemd setup, now I'm not sure which daemons are set up to run at boot. Before it was very simple because all I had to do is look in rc.conf.Someone on irc (sudokode - thanks) suggested "systemctl disable <tab> <tab>". It is a nice trick but I'm sure it is not needed, right?
Hi,I'm finding it quite hard to debug this, but when trying to connect to mpd, cantata (0.9 or 0.8.3) crashes silently. If I kill the mpd daemon then cantata starts fine; it crashes immediately after starting mpd when I attempt a connection (mpd run as local user, connection through localhost:6600, if that makes a difference). Grubbing around in the mpd logs I find the following,