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Troubleshooting Avahi name resolution

I have three computers a Ubuntu server 'yuunagi', IP 192.168.0.100, wired an OS X laptop 'uupaa', IP 192.168.0.102, wifi a Raspberry Pi running Arch Linux, 'enshuu'. IP 192.168.0.105, wired And a ...
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DNS-SD registration of “printer_queue1” failed with -65548

I'm using Linux [ RHEL 5] , our team manages printing via this server , the printing uses CUPS 1.3.7 . We experienced very reliable printing for more than a year and a half , but since last 2 weeks ...
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How do I register my local server as a (“.”) (“dot”) local address?

I have searched the internet thoroughly and can't seem to find information on setting up a .local address on my network. I have a server with an ip address, how do I assign that ip address to a .local ...
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How to enable mDNS on Windows (7)

What do I need to get multi-cast DNS on Windows (7) including the Windows box announcing its name in the .local domain? I am not so much interested in the service discovery part. It would be nice ...
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Bonjour/DNS Service Discovery queries

I'm trying to implement dns service discovery in my application (no, I'm not asking for a programmatic answer). What I believe is one of my big pain points is generating the query. I know I need to ...
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how do I change hostname then have computer discoverable over mdns without rebooting

so I want to be able to change the hostname of my system. Then have a different system to be able to connect to it via mdns to the new hostname. And do this without rebooting either system. so far ...
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How to do mDNS refresh for VM on change of network?

I use mDNS to address my Ubuntu VM that runs in VMware fusion on Mac OSX host. I use "Bridged (Wifi)" networking for the VM. I use it on my office and home network. The problem is every time I change ...
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ipv4 zeroconf dnssd ip adresses after reboot

If you have a network and some devices with valid ips configured by either ipv4 local link, apipa, dnssd or zeroconf if you do reboot one of them. Does the rebooted device get the same ip as before ...
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Computers can't find each other on LAN with Avahi

I have two computers plugged into a Comcast router. One is running Ubuntu 10.10 Desktop, the other, Ubuntu 10.10 Server. Both have Avahi installed and running. However, when I run avahi-browse, each ...