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I'd take a look at the picam library. It provides direct access to the camera, as the native MMAL library is used without any external dependencies or processes or wrappers. It's still based loosely on the raspistill, but unlike JRPicam, doesn't wrap the native process, and therefore has much better performance. Do note however that this does not use the ...


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with a rpi-4 you click the applications button on the top l-hand corner and go to games it should show minecraft v alpha. just click on minecraft.


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I assume you've used the following tutorial: https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=78&t=243946 This was updated 10/11/2019 and should resolve your java not found error.


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