I just installed Fedora 15 on a computer, and I am having a very hard time doing things that were fairly easy under previous versions of Fedora. Right now I am trying to install a printer which resides on a locally networked computer running Windows. (I have this running under Fedora 14 on a different computer and I also had it running on the same computer under Fedora 13.) But the gnome 3 interface is making it very difficult for me to do anything.
I know roughly what I need to do, but I can't proceed because the basic tools I need don't seem to be there.
Presumably I need cups up and running. I've added cups via add-remove-programs, but I can't see how to start it. Help>troubleshooting on the Printing Configuration tool tells me I need to start cups and in order to do that I need to go to System->Administration->Services. Under earlier versions of Fedora I would know how to do that, but I haven't the foggiest notion how to do it under Fedora 15 using the gnome 3 interface.
The basic problem is that with the tools that gnome 3 has provided me I have been set way back from where I expect to be. So I need help in getting started.