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Thread: Ink2Text handwriting recognition announcement

  1. #11
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    Re: Ink2Text handwriting recognition announcement

    Quote Originally Posted by spaesani View Post
    ?? any ideas?
    Yes. As mentioned above, support is available in the sourceforge project help forum.

    Please read there to see if your issue has a solution already, and post a request if you don't find a solution. Reading the previous requests will give you an idea of the steps to try and the information to post.

    Regards,
    bcw

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    Re: Ink2Text handwriting recognition announcement

    Do you have any screenshots of what this looks like?

    As soon as there is a PowerVR driver available I will be changing my Fujitsu Q550 over and will be looking for something like this. Very encouraging...

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    Re: Ink2Text handwriting recognition announcement

    Thank you for your work on this; it looks like a really promising project.
    How would I go about uninstalling the package, or could you tell me what files it creates throughout the installation process?

    Code:
    # make uninstall
    returns
    Code:
    make: *** No rule to make target `uninstall'.  Stop.
    Thanks!

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    Re: Ink2Text handwriting recognition announcement

    @mitchellroe.236

    While installing you can use paco to install and gpaco to uninstall. First install gpaco

    Code:
    sudo apt-get install gpaco paco
    Then while installing any software from src the command

    Code:
    sudo make install
    becomes

    Code:
    sudo paco -lD "make install"
    Paco takes note of all the files that "make install" command installs. Later you can use gpaco to uninstall the package via the command

    Code:
    sudo gpaco
    which opens a graphical interface for uninstallation. More info at http://paco.sourceforge.net/

    Good luck.

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