this is a weird issue. If i want to add a printer with gnome-control-center, it will only list local printers. But then, if I type the ip address of the printer in the dialog box below, the printer is discovered, with all protocols available, and I can add it normally.
Two remarks :
- this is working out of the box with manjaro, and I really can’t see the difference here, I’m almost sure I installed all needed packages, all needed services are running.
- The “regular” system-config-printer interface just works as expected, discovering automatically my printer (dns-sd).
For information, I made an antergos base install first, and then installed my DE.
Thanks in advance.