At almost each shutdown of my Linux Mint 18.2 Cinnamon 64-bit, I must wait ages at:
a stop job is running for make remote cups printers available locally
Some information I find most useful:
I have one installed local USB printer unattached unless I need it.
That said, I don't have an idea what the system is waiting for.
The printer is HP, so HPLIP has been installed.
I repeat, that at shutdown, the printer is never attached to the USB.
But typically once a week I need to print on it.
May I disable the cups-browsed service to solve this?
sudo systemctl disable cups-browsed.service
And the printer would still work?