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You have connected a new printer to a systemd-based linux server. you cannot print to the new printer from a user workstation on the network. what tasks should you do first on the server?
(select two.)
1. use rpm -qi cups or dnf list cups to make sure the cups daemon is installed.
2. use systemctl status cups to make sure cups printing service is running.
3. use service cups status to make sure cups printing service is running.
4. use rpm -qi printd or dnf list printd to make sure the print daemon is installed.
5. use the command service printer restart to restart the print service.

 

Can any one help me?

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You have connected a new printer to a systemd-based Linux server. You cannot print to the new printer from a user workstation on the network.
Then you should try this step at server 
  • Use rpm -qi cups or dnf list cups to make sure the CUPS daemon is installed.
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  • Use systemctl status cups to make sure CUPS printing service is running.
Hope this might help you.
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