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raspberry pi python-tesseract install

A few months ago I created a project that uses the python-tesseract library on the raspberry pi. Since then I reinstalled rasbpian, and now I would like to reinstall the python-tesseract libary. The ...
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take images in a short time using the Raspberry Pi camera module

I'm working on a project in which I need to take about 30 images per second (no movie) using the Raspberry Pi camera module. I'm using the Picamera library ...
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Use output raspistill as CImg-image data

How to use terminal output as source for CImg-image? I’d like to use the output of raspistill -o - as image data for a CImg-object [I know it is possible using PIL in Python, but I’d like to do this ...
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Any IP cam image distribution available (that fits in 1Gig)?

i just bought a Raspberry Pi together with a PI-Cam, planning to use it as a custom surveillance camera setup (as described here). Unfortunately I found out that I need a 4Gig SD card in order to ...
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Can I perform a total backup of my system on an image file?

I am pretty new in Linux. I am configuring my RaspBerry that use RaspBian. Before to perform some settings I want to have a backup of my entire system in the current state. What can I do to save ...
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install U-boot : error : Makefile:501: *** “System not configured - see README”. Stop

I try to install u-boot . I followed [ http://elinux.org/RPi_U-Boot ] I downloaded source form git git clone git://git.denx.de/u-boot.git and get the Raspberry compiler git clone ...
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SD Image won't fit on SD Card

I have had one pi set up and running good for a while (RPi - 1). I wanted to create an image of RPi - 1 so I can load an exact copy onto my 2nd pi (RPi - 2). The SD card in RPi - 1 is 4GB (only about ...
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How to do a minimal size backup after expand_rootfs under Windows?

I downloaded official Raspbian image, did expand_rootfs, updated everything, installed needed packages, removed unneeded packages. So, now after everything is setup fine, I wanted to backup this image ...
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snort+snorby snapshot image or auto-installer

Is there a snapshot image file (*.img) like 'Raspbian' or 'Pidora' available for the RPi that comes with already installed passive IDS: snorby+snort+pulledpork+barnyard2+apache2+MySQL? Or is there ...
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Use OpenCV with Raspberry Pi camera board?

Can someone point me to a tutorial about how to integrate open-CV and the Raspberry Pi camera board? I've tried many guides, but none have worked. Thanks in advance
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How can I mount a Raspberry Pi linux distro image?

Normal filesystem images can be easily mounted: mount system.img /mnt Examined, and modified. But when I try this with a Raspberry Pi system image (e.g. raspbian), I get: mount: unknown ...
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open a win32diskimager-imported file on Windows

I have a raspberry pi. I did a backup by importing an image with win32diskimager. Is there any way to open this imported image and explore the filesystem in it? I'm on Windows 8, but Windows can't ...
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Existing Raspbian Installation in Qemu on Windows

I have a Raspberry Pi Model B running Raspbian NOOBS, which I'm preparing to use as a media centre / Node.JS server. I have followed various tutorials and managed to get a premade Raspbian image up ...
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Why I can't copy my Linux image to another SD card?

I have 2 SD cards (8 GB) I wrote my Wheezy image into one SD card (using Win32DiskImager) and I expanded the the disk space of the image on that card. then I used (Win32DiskImager) to read the Image ...
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how do I enable JPEG support with PIL?

By default, PIL doesn't have jpeg support on the Raspberry Pi, so it returns the following: IOError: decoder jpeg not available This can also be seen while installing PIL: *** JPEG support not ...
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Arch Linux ARMv6 latest image don't boot

I'm trying to run Arch Linux ARM on Raspberry Pi, following instructions from http://archlinuxarm.org/platforms/armv6/raspberry-pi. I've tried with two cards, 8 and 16 GB, but with same result: power ...
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Is there a way to alter the raspberry image that appears during boot?

A glint-box community member recently asked me if there was a way to replace the raspberry image that appears in the top-left corner of the screen during boot to something more NES-centric, such as a ...
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bitmap display programming in C [closed]

I have been working in DOS in the stoneage with C graphics. I want to display a bitmap that is computed as an array in the format my_bytes(x,y). In dos an fixed pointer address to the hardware bitmap ...
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What software library is avaliable for RPI camera module?

Where can I find software library to play with camera module? What is the quality of images? Is there any page that explains how camera module works? Does the image processing module use NEON?
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how to make an image(.img) from whats in the sdcard ? (but as compact as the original one)

(im on ubuntu) tried: sudo dd bs=4k if=/dev/mmcblk0 of=/media/1BAB47551C66A42B/raspbian_migs2.gz -creates an .img with 7.6GB (card size BUT whats on card has 700MB) and: sudo dd bs=4k ...
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Is there a pre-built LAMP server image for the Raspberry Pi?

I'm looking to set up a simple LAMP server. I do know how do this manually. I am not looking for a guide as to how to setup a LAMP server. Is there a pre-built LAMP server image that already has PHP, ...
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How to printscreen on Raspberry Pi?

I would like to screenshot the Midori browser and i've tried the following methods as mentioned HERE. Using Imagemagick which is pre-installed in Raspberry Pi. I pressed the printscreen key on the ...
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Image of a 16Gb card containing unpartitioned space at the end: Truncating possible?

I wanted to prepare a distro for some friends. As I didn't have anything else lying around, I used a 16Gb SD card. I started with the default Debian Weezy 2Gb image and did not do any resizing. Now, ...
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How do I improve speed of photo/image resize? (~8MB to ~100KB)

I'm building a program which reads photos off an SD Card then resize the images and upload them to Flickr (note, it's a second SD Card reader, not the one on-board) The photos are high-resolution ...
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Copy existing Raspbian installation to smaller SD card

Is it possible to copy an existing and configured Raspbian installation to a smaller SD card? When I first installed Raspbian I only had a 32 GB card at hand which obviously is bigger than needed.
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Can a Raspberry Pi be used to create a backup of itself?

This question answers the question of how I use an external computer to create a backup of my RPi. I'm wondering whether I can create a backup image of the SD card that is currently in use, and ...
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First SD image burned fine, subsequent images on same card don't work

I successfully burned a version of Wheezy to an 8gb card and it worked great, except it was incompatible with the primary program I was going to put on there. So I burned a new image and it didn't ...
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Raspberry Pi for real time video processing

A project I'm working on involves wireless transmission of images from a camera to a host computer in real time. Can the Raspberry Pi be used as a DSP for the camera for image acquisition and ...
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Raspberry Pi not booting at all with most images, but with some it does

I am having a very basic problem with my raspberry PI: It can't get it boot when I flash Images with dd on Linux nor with Win32 Image Writer on Windows. I tried several *.img-images, such a as Arch, ...
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Copy current SD image to larger SD card

So I got my new pi and the only free SD I had was 2GB. I couldn't hold off playing with it so it had to do for the time being. I loaded raspbmc and then spent time loading repositories, add-ons and ...
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FreeBSD - easiest way to install on my RPi?

Raspberry Pi support has been merged into FreeBSD-CURRENT a few months ago. However the latest installation instructions still involve a lengthy process of cross-compiling the entire OS on another ...
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Making a new image after changing a few parameter of Raspbian

I got Raspbian on a SD card. It is working. Then I installed a few program, modified some visual settings, and added some config files. What I would like to do now is release this image to other ...
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System not shutting down properly

I'm running Arch, and when I shut down with the poweroff command (or with shutdown -h now) the 3 LEDs mentioned stay on. In addition, if I've plugged it into a screen, it displays > POWER OFF ...
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Custom Raspbian image fails to boot with “no init found”

I'm building a custom SD image of Raspbian using debootstrap, and the resulting image fails to boot with Kernel panic - not syncing: No init found. on both my Raspberry Pi and under qemu. I can ...
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After writing an SD card image, is the remaining space usable?

Forgive me if this is basic. Because I'm used to writing CD images, I'm not sure how this works. The Raspbian image is about 440MB (zipped at least). If I write the image onto a 16GB card, will all ...
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How to add custom loading screen?

I would like to make Raspberry PI useful for TV purpose or so... Therefore I would like to show to end user loading image before entering the X-Windows and starting customized desktop... So instead ...
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How can I copy the same image to many SDs?

So finally I can place that bulk order for Raspberry Pis! However, configuring them is going to be a chore. What I'd like to do is: Download a stock image, and tinker with it on a single Pi ...