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ChristianBrenner

ChristianBrenner

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  • ChristianBrenner
    RE: GUI for cuneiform?
    [quote]What is Cuneiform?[/quote] Cuneiform is an OCR (optical character recognition) engine. [quote]Where do you get it?[/quote] You can download it (at least the sources) from http://openocr.org/. [quote]Did You know how can I add GUI to my Cuneiform?[/quote] There are several (ok, at least two) ways to "add" a graphical user interface to cuneiform. First, there is YAFG (http://symmetrica.net/cuneiform-linux/yagf-en.html), which seems to be quite good. But as far as I know, there are only the sources available at this time. Also you can use xsane (with an special script). Under http://wiki.ubuntuusers.de/Cuneiform-Linux?highlight=cuneiform#Einbindung-in-XSane you will find the script and the how to (in German). Hope I could help.
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    What is Cuneiform?

    Cuneiform is an OCR (optical character recognition) engine.

    Where do you get it?

    You can download it (at least the sources) from http://openocr.org/.

    Did You know how can I add GUI to my Cuneiform?

    There are several (ok, at least two) ways to "add" a graphical user interface to cuneiform. First, there is YAFG (http://symmetrica.net/cuneiform-linux/yagf-en.html), which seems to be quite good. But as far as I know, there are only the sources available at this time. Also you can use xsane (with an special script). Under http://wiki.ubuntuusers.de/Cuneiform-Linux?highlight=cuneiform#Einbindung-in-XSane you will find the script and the how to (in German).

    Hope I could help.

  • ChristianBrenner
    RE: SLED
    I use SLED11 at home. SLES11 will be on my private server soon. At work there is none of them in use.
    Link to this post 02 Dec 09

    I use SLED11 at home. SLES11 will be on my private server soon. At work there is none of them in use.

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