Funny you should ask. We were talking about that this morning. We are
going to be working on a RH7.1 release really soon now. In the mean
time you should have no problems with the 7.0 RPM's. And in the worst
case scenario you can download the SRPMS from the RH 7.0 release and
recompile them for RH7.1. Just do a:
rpm --rebuild libppd-*.src.rpm
rpm --rebuild printfilters-*.src.rpm
rpm --rebuild snmpkit-*.src.rpm
rpm --rebuild printtool-*.src.rpm
rpm -q libppd-devel || rpm -Uvh ../RPMS/i?86/libppd-*.rpm
rpm -q snmpkit-devel || rpm -Uvh ../RPMS/i?86/snmpkit-*.rpm
rpm --rebuild libprinterconf-*.src.rpm
rpm --rebuild gpr-*.src.rpm
rpm --rebuild hp-ppd-*.src.rpm
> Dear Mr. Ben.
> I was wondering if there were ready installation packages of the Enhanced
> Printing System (I need it for a HP 4550 color LaserJet) for Red Hat 7.1?
> The installation script (http://lpr.sourceforge.net/install-binaries.sh)
> told me that only versions for RH6.2 and 7 are available at this
> moment. I may be able to help you build the packages for RH7.1, but I
> warn you that I have never actually made any RPMs before. (I am a fairly
> experienced Linux user, though.) Anyhow, if I get some source code and
> instructions I think I can make it in a couple of days time.
> Thanks for the good work on printing under Linux.