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    Epson POS printer TM-T88IV

    Epson POS printer TM-T88IV Model M129H
    This is a thermal printer.

    It is used as a point-of-sale printer. It has drivers for Windows.

    Have you connected/configured/installed this printer under Ubuntu?
    I would appreciate any suggestions, directions or help.

    Thank you.

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    Re: Epson POS printer TM-T88IV

    Hi,

    Take a look at the "Avasys" site, its for Epsons, see if its mentioned in the FAQ section.

    Regards, Ellgor.

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    Re: Epson POS printer TM-T88IV

    I did not find anything for this printer at the Avasys site.

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    Re: Epson POS printer TM-T88IV

    instead of looking for direct OS drivers...
    have you tried to look for OPOS/JPOS software?
    the basic standardized POS subset of software that
    is suppose to be cross platform/open source... I
    will be honest. I have seen it work on pre-configured
    machines... but I have yet to be able to get it to work
    for my own personal applications. and don't know how
    to set it up... but what I read, they all pretty much
    subscribe to the OPOS/JPOS type of stuff...

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    Re: Epson POS printer TM-T88IV

    Has anybody been able to get this to work in Ubuntu 12.04. The driver from https://download.epson-biz.com/modul...&pcat=3&pid=30 https://download.epson-biz.com/modul...&pcat=3&pid=30 was released Ubuntu 9.04.

    Thanks.

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    Re: Epson POS printer TM-T88IV


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