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Client for 'Linux' - where art thou?

Hi,

Yeah, I know - there is no such operating system called 'linux'. However the last iprint client for 'linux' seems to be v5.04 released back in Nov 2011 (as contained in the downloadable clients from an OES11sp1 server running the iPrint service).

Sadface 😞

It sure would be nice if NetIQ/Novell/SUSE would keep the iPrint Client for Linux updated so it would run on at least openSUSE v$current. Ditto the other client for linux - you know the one that lets you access files on the server.

/End perennial rant regarding weak linux support.

Ron
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