Arch LinuxFuduntuUbuntu Home PageThe Slackware Linux ProjectHow to setup OpenCV ?As I mentioned before, OpenCV is an open source library of computer vision in C/C++. Before you can use it, of course you must have Visual C/C++ or Visual.Net installed in your PC. Me, I'm using Visual C++ 6.0 for my project. The following are the procedures to setup OpenCV: Download the OpenCV installation file from here. Find the latest version.Run (double click) the installation file. Now your OpenCV is ready for creating your own project. If you have problems or suggestion related to this article, please feel free to give comments.
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