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== 3rd party Hplip Printer package Build for OpenSuSe on Raspberry PI == Wed Mar 26 03:29:07 UTC 2014

 We had the need to get Our HP 6500 Desktop Printer alive on Our RPI Print server with Samba and CUPS. 
 Thus re created simply an RPM build for that based on Opensuse 13.1 ARM - Raspberry PI
 SPEC & Build Project  Info at
 The Build for Raspberry PI SRPM are stored at Our Drop Box URL

Obsolete obsolete warning

"This article refers to the version '{{{1}}}' and it is now obsolete! Please refer to this article's discussion page for more information."

The article may need an update but:

  1. There is no other way know to me to setup hplip - only via console
  2. The hplip 3.9.8-3.4.1 (i586) in the normal repository openSUSE:11.2/standard is from 15 October 2009 makes my gnome panel break randomly but regularly (also in 11.3 Milestones).

So what version and what way to install it should be appropriate? --Pistazienfresser 07:32, 11 June 2010 (UTC)

I also asked in the forums Installing a hp all-in-one - hplip or an other way? - hplip is the way.
According to a personal message of the contributer of this "obsolete warning" he meant more out of date - so I updated the article.
Yesterday I asked Jsmeix about the article and he reviewed it and mailed me his version (as he couldn't save it) which I added (see history).
--Pistazienfresser 22:06, 15 July 2010 (UTC)

Title, Namespace and Categories?

What about "Install HP printer with HPLIP" or "HPLIP", namespace main (HPLIP program, for all normal consumers of openSUSE with a HP printer) or SDB (How to) and Category:Printing itself or in any subcategory of Printing and a Hardware related Category/Namespace for HP? Sorry I forgot my signature --Pistazienfresser 08:16, 16 July 2010 (UTC)

HPLIP 3.11.1

is released. Seems to be from 2011/01/21 04:55:54 GMT +1 Regards --Pistazienfresser 14:42, 31 January 2011 (MST)