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i cant configure my printer to print and my mkahawa timer
Unless you provide details and ask a clear question, there's nothing anyone, anywhere, can do to help you. You don't tell us what kind of printer, how its connected, what kind of system you have, what version/distro of Linux, or what you've done/tried (if anything), so far, and what error(s)/message(s) you got.
Without information, we can't even begin to guess as to how to help you.
Your last post isn't very informative. Whaat TBOne meant was the type of printer not the model number. The manufacturer (HP, Canon, Brother, Lexmark, other) would be helpful. Do you have a wired connection or is it wireless? Is the printer directly connected or on a network? You indicate you have Ubuntu but not which release. Is it the most recent? If not, what is it? From your last post, you indicate it doesn't print but get no warning/error messages when trying, is that correct?