I just had to remind myself how to scan to OCR, and thought I would share the results.
Before you start, you need to have sane installed, and you also need tesseract-ocr – both should be available in your distros repositories.
$ sudo apt-get install sane-utils tesseract-ocr
Next you need to find out what scanners you have available, and you do this with:
I read today that Google and Samsung have unveiled Galaxy Nexus Android 4.
It has been well known that the Android 3.x is not open source yet, but I had expected 3.x to be open sourced at any moment. Now that 4.x has been released and there is still no sign of the 3.x or 4.x source code, I think we have to ask – is Android really open source now?
Well Google has given some reassurances that 4.x will be open sourced “We plan to release the source for the recently-announced Ice Cream Sandwich soon, once it’s available on devices”, but this lacks credibility when they still haven’t released the code for 3.x.
This could all change in moment, all it takes is for Google to publish the source code, but this is truly not how an open source project is supposed to be run.
2011-11-03: Further to this article, Google has announced that Android 4.0 is to be open sourced in the coming weeks.
Remember the announcement that FreeNAS was moving to Debian from BSD? Well today the fruits of that decision have now arrived – OpenMediaVault 0.2 (Ix) has been released!