Step-by-step – Wifi Printer Fedora 33 Installation Guide

March 3, 2021 | By the+gnu+linux+evangelist | Filed in: Tutorial.

GNU/Linux Fedora 33 Installing Wi-fi Printer – Quick-Start Guide

Hi! The Tutorial Shows You Step-by-step How to Set up and Configure a Wireless Printer in Fedora 33 GNU/Linux Desktop.

Especially relevant: to Setup Network Printer on Fedora 33 first we have to Install Printer Driver on System.

Most Network Printers support a Protocol known as Bonjour, which is a combination of zero-configuration networking (“ZeroConf”), multicast DNS (mDNS), and DNS service discovery (DNS-SD) standards.

So the first attempt for an Universal configuration is the Zeroconf Bonjour Avahi Linux Service implementation.

Else if you are principally interested to Share a Network Printer with Windows Clients you may instead follow instructions about the Samba Printing Sharing.

Finally, to Print over Wi-fi with Apple iOS and macOS Systems on this Printer then see How to Install AirPrint support on Fedora.

Step-by-step – Wifi Printer Fedora 33 Installation Guide
  1. 1. Launching Terminal

    Open a Terminal Shell Emulator Window:
    (Press “Enter” to Execute Commands)

     - Open Terminal
  2. 2. Installing CUPS

    And to Install CUPS in Fedora Linux
    Simply run:

    sudo dnf in cups cups-client cups-ipptool cups-filters/pre>
    
  3. 3. Running CUPS

    Then to Start CUPS Service
    Execute:

    sudo service cups start

    And to Enable it at Boot:

    sudo systemctl enable cups

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