any good accessible OCR for linux?
Linux for blind general discussion
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Tue Nov 16 15:27:08 UTC 2021
Thanks a million Didier,
Would issuing this command install this package on my desktop? Last
night when I tried to run Lios It gave me a long message basically
telling me that I have to install dictionaries for Arabic and other
The command it suggested was something like this: "apt-get install ...."
On 11/16/21 7:16 AM, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
> Hi Ibrahim,
> this command:
> most /var/log/packages/tesseract-data-4.0.0-x86_64-2slint
> shows that I have packaged trained data for Arabic and all Latin
> scripts among others but not Hebrew so far. If you want it I can add it.
> Le 16/11/2021 à 03:53, Linux for blind general discussion a écrit :
>> Okay friends,
>> after three weeks of using Slint, I am now finding myself using linux
>> more and more. I practically configured all of my email boxes to
>> work on linux. I also added my dropbox to linux and setup my whatsapp
>> Now I need a good accessible ocr package, preferably multi-lingual
>> which can do Arabic, Hebrew and French besides English. Am I being
>> too demanding? Does such a Llinux package exist?
>> I have a ten years old Epson scanner which I really like.
>> Unfortunately, windows ten no longer supports this scanner. I hope it
>> would run fine with Linux. I could not try it because I have no OCR
>> package running on my Linux Desktop.
>> If you guys have any suggestions, please help.
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