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\OpenCV for Raspberry Pi\188.8.131.52\Datenblatt OpenCV RaspberryPI_en.pdf"
1.Installing OpenCV on Raspberry Pi:
In order to use the library on the Raspberry Pi, OpenCV must already be installed on the
Raspberry Pi. The specific version can be installed by means of the following command:sudo apt-get install libopencv-dev=184.108.40.206+dfsg-1+deb8u1
2. Setting up the temporary file system
For temporary buffering of images, a temporary file system is required in the /tmp folder.
Commands for setting up the temporary file system:sudo -s
Add the following lines in the file /etc/fstab (if not already available):tmp /tmp tmpfs defaults 0 0
Restart the system:reboot
Installing the OpenCV component for the runtime system
Then the OpenCV component for the runtime system still have to be installed.
The Debian package "codesys_raspi_opencv_V220.127.116.11.deb
" is located in the 'Opencv installation directory'.
C:\Users\YourWindowsName\OpenCV for Raspberry Pi\18.104.22.168
This could be installed by the Update Raspberry Pi command.
The example project is here:
\OpenCV for Raspberry Pi\22.214.171.124\CameraStreamOpenCVExample.project"