Updating jetdirect firmware


Finished Dependency Resolution Dependencies Resolved =========================================================================== Package Arch Version Repository Size =========================================================================== Updating: udev x86_64 147-2.15.el6 rhel 337 k Transaction Summary =========================================================================== Install 0 Package(s) Upgrade 1 Package(s) Total download size: 337 k Is this ok [y/N]:, which Yum uses to perform changes to the system, provides a mechanism for ensuring their integrity.See Section B.2.2, “Installing and Upgrading” for details on how to manage changes to configuration files across package upgrades.You can always remove the client printer connection and reestablish to ensure the matching binaries vend.

We have a HP Laser Jet 2430DTN with the built in J7949E Jet Direct Card.

I updated the firmware on the Jet Direct card to the latest which is V.33.14. FF04 about 10 times a day, which requires a power-cycle each time.

This means that you can trust that the packages you download and install on your system are from a trusted source, such as Red Hat, and were not modified during transfer.

See Section 8.4, “Configuring Yum and Yum Repositories” for details on enabling signature-checking with Yum, or Section B.3, “Checking a Package's Signature” for information on working with and verifying GPG-signed Loaded plugins: product-id, refresh-packagekit, subscription-manager Updating Red Hat repositories.

The following sections assume your system was registered with Red Hat Subscription Management during installation as described in the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Installation Guide.