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libopencv-dev availability?
#1
Hi,
I'm brand new to the list and the TinkerBoard.  Just installed the image, and it booted clean.
I'm doing image processing stuff with mine (hoping for a heftier alternative to the Pi3) but
noticed immediately that "apt-get install libopencv-dev" fails.
Did I miss something or is it just not ready yet?  

My first attempt to build opencv from scratch failed also because a few of their
pre-requisite packages are also not available.  I'd like to avoid building it from scratch if
its coming soon.  Is there any kind of schedule for the various packages that aren't yet
available?
Thanks much,
Ed
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#2
(04-17-2017, 09:24 PM)I edsut Wrote: Hi,
I'm brand new to the list and the TinkerBoard.  Just installed the image, and it booted clean.
I'm doing image processing stuff with mine (hoping for a heftier alternative to the Pi3) but
noticed immediately that "apt-get install libopencv-dev" fails.
Did I miss something or is it just not ready yet?  

My first attempt to build opencv from scratch failed also because a few of their
pre-requisite packages are also not available.  I'd like to avoid building it from scratch if
its coming soon.  Is there any kind of schedule for the various packages that aren't yet
available?
Thanks much,
Ed

1.6 beta or 1.4 release ? I haven't tried to install on 1.4 but Changelog looks fine.
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#3
(04-17-2017, 10:23 PM)boudicca Wrote:
(04-17-2017, 09:24 PM)I edsut Wrote: Hi,
I'm brand new to the list and the TinkerBoard.  Just installed the image, and it booted clean.
I'm doing image processing stuff with mine (hoping for a heftier alternative to the Pi3) but
noticed immediately that "apt-get install libopencv-dev" fails.
Did I miss something or is it just not ready yet?  

My first attempt to build opencv from scratch failed also because a few of their
pre-requisite packages are also not available.  I'd like to avoid building it from scratch if
its coming soon.  Is there any kind of schedule for the various packages that aren't yet
available?
Thanks much,
Ed

1.6 beta or 1.4 release ? I haven't tried to install on 1.4 but Changelog looks fine.

I started with the latest 1.6 beta.
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#4
Probably the most efficient way to do image processing and OpenCV on the board is using the Yocto image from Sat8.
https://github.com/sat8/yocto-tinkerboard
http://tinkerboarding.co.uk/forum/thread-63.html


It is compiled with the best compilation flags to use NEON and vfp4.
Configuration of the Yocto image can be done in https://github.com/sat8/yocto-tinkerboar...local.conf
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#5
Hi

I was successful run OpenCV with TinkerBoard from v1.4.

But I'm not use libopencv-dev, I build and compile from the source of GitHub myself.
https://github.com/opencv/opencv

Or maybe you can try step "refer" following site for install.
http://www.pyimagesearch.com/2016/04/18/...-opencv-3/
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#6
(04-18-2017, 02:29 PM)gooze74 Wrote: Probably the most efficient way to do image processing and OpenCV on the board is using the Yocto image from Sat8.
https://github.com/sat8/yocto-tinkerboard
http://tinkerboarding.co.uk/forum/thread-63.html


It is compiled with the best compilation flags to use NEON and vfp4.
Configuration of the Yocto image can be done in https://github.com/sat8/yocto-tinkerboar...local.conf

Thanks, I'd like to be able to stick with more "friendly" environment because after I get my tools running on this it will be handed off to folks more familiar with a standard distribution.  Nevertheless, I'll look into this.
Thanks much

(04-20-2017, 07:19 AM)frankwu Wrote: Hi

I was successful run OpenCV with TinkerBoard from v1.4.

But I'm not use libopencv-dev, I build and compile from the source of GitHub myself.
https://github.com/opencv/opencv

Or maybe you can try step "refer" following site for install.
http://www.pyimagesearch.com/2016/04/18/...-opencv-3/

At first attempt, I found that several of the pre-requisite tools needed to build OpenCV were also not available.
I'll give this another shot.
Thanks,
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