My fully patched CentOS 6.5 system uses:
My wife’s printer becomes supported at 3.13.somethingOrOther and the current release is 3.14.something.
Why are we so far behind?
I realize that I can download the latest, uninstall the RPM versions and compile and build and install the source copy. If I was going to follow that route, I would prefer to build an rpm and install it normally. I have been looking on the Internet and not found anything to turn the release from HP into a binary RPM.
(That does not mean it is not there.)
I know it must be doable since there are rpm’s in the repositories. My skill with RPM’s is somewhat limited, but does anyone know of a set of instructions and a spec file that could be used to get started on this process?
Thanks in Advance
Bob, Phoenix, AZ,