I'm trying to do something that might be impossible, but I'm curious.
I have a printer (this one) that I need to be able to print images from a RaspberryPi 3b. The main problem here is that there are no drivers for ARM architecture, and using the generic ones provided by CUPS the image gets "deformed".
Using other drivers, it sometimes prints "forever" and i have to reboot the system. Nippon provides drivers but on "npi-cups-1.1.0-0.i386.rpm" format which is another architecture.
Now, I'm just learning about printers stuff, but is there any way to migrate drivers to ARM architecture, having the the ones mentioned above?
I've seen this post that helped me with the EPSON TM-T70 printer, where this person makes a "very simple driver that provides buffered raster printing and paper cutting at end of page or end of job". Does anyone know if there is something similar for this brand (NIPPON)? In the meanwhile I'll try to reach the manufacturer in order to know if they have plans for creating drivers for ARM.