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We are glad that we could help solve this problem. CUPS must be installed to get printing to work.
To connect a printer, user must be added to “lpadmin” group.
Please check if user is added to this group.
To check it please log into this user: su <username>, then type “groups”.
You can also check it in group file: /etc/group.
To add user to “lpadmin” group just execute folowing command: sudo usermod -a -G lpadmin <username>
If this doesn’t help, please give us more information.
1. Client and server NoMachine subscription and version
2. Client and server operating systems.
3. Where the printer is connected to? (Client, Server)
4. The printers is attached by usb or lan?
5. Please describe the route connecting the printer.
(You are trying connect printer TO Debian 7 from other PC, or share printer attached to this Debian?)
Similar problem is reported here: https://www.nomachine.com/TR11L04682
This problem will be fixed in the next update.
What exact version of Linux is installed on server?
Not on iOS, the problem is with Yosemite. We have since managed to reproduce it, and a patch will be available in the next release.
We aren’t aware of such a problem with iPhone. We tested it on our labs and everything works correctly.
To go further with this issue, can you tell us the version of NoMachine on both sides, detail version of both operating system, and the exact steps you take to connect your USB device?