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The printer is a ticket printer (Epson TM-u220) and I have a Java App talking directly to the printer device at /dev/tty(xxx) on linux and unix without any special installed drivers.
On MacOS, I can see the printer device with the “ioreg -p IOUSB” command, but there is no /dev/tty(x) associated with this device.
I can’t find a driver @epson for the TM-U220 for MacOs (only Win and Linux supported). Also I don’t want one – a simple USB serial driver with a corresponding /dev/ttyUSBxx is all I need.
How do I associate a character device under /dev/ for this printer?
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