Tag: linux

Setting up Tesseract on Ubuntu 18.04

I was presented with a task to quickly prepare a bare-metal Linux machine to run Tesseract OCR for optical character recognition task. The criterion was to to the recognition as fast as possible. In my tests, the Tesseract 5 was far more precise than Tesseract 4, no matter what o…

Reset MS Teams for Linux

For a long time (a year and a half) I could not start the MS Teams for linux as an applicaiton from AUR, as a package teams. I had this error presented to me all the time. This version of Teams only supports work or school accounts managed by an organization. As with anything Mi…

Tips for a rootless Docker on Arch with Ansible

There are a few pitfalls worth noting when using Ansible when the remote is an Arch machine. I know, a weird combination. It looks more and more like basically no-one uses Arch remote with Ansible. But hey, I like it, so learning (and documenting) a thing or two along the way mig…

Rootless Docker on Arch

Currently, using a rootless Docker on Arch can reasonable be divided into two approaches: stability and performance. With the stability, the choice is a LTS kernel and a fuse-overlayfs storage driver, while under performance a latest stable kernel is used alongside the latest wid…

Installing caffe SSD on Arch

Exploring artificial intelligence possibilities in late 2021 led me through multiple hoops already. There are things that work already, there are things that can be optimized for a better performance and then there are things that do not appear to work at all. One of such things …