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EspoTek Labrador software for Linux. For Debian-based distros (including the Ubuntu family), you can use the .deb. For other distros, you will need to use the .AppImage or build from source (instructions available in main page).
Please note that the Raspbian version 9 (Stretch) or later is required to install this software.
To install Labrador on the Raspberry Pi, open a terminal and copy the following command:
wget -O /tmp/labrador_bootstrap_pi https://raw.githubusercontent.com/EspoTek/Labrador/master/labrador_bootstrap_pi && sudo chmod +x /tmp/labrador_bootstrap_pi && sudo /tmp/labrador_bootstrap_pi
This will automatically download, compile and installs the latest version of the Labrador software from source. After running it, a desktop entry will appear for the Labrador software (under Education), and running the
labrador command from the terminal will launch the software interface.
Labrador Christmas Update!
Download the version for your platform, install and enjoy the updates.
It's highly probable that the Raspberry Pi version will run on other ARM-based Linux microcomputers such as Orange Pi or CHIP. If you try it out, please let me know how it goes and we can get a compatibility list going.
Windows 32-bit users
If you're getting an error related to msvcp140.dll, please see issue #24
NOTES FOR LINUX USERS
Please make sure you install using the script.
If you don't, you'll need to reset your computer before the board will connect.
To do so, extract the .tar.gz, then open a terminal in the directory you extracted to and run the following commands:
chmod +x ./labradeb-install
The "Compatibility_Mint17" version is built on Linux Mint 17 and meant for older distributions. If you use Ubuntu 16.04 LTS or later, just use the normal x86 or x64 file.
Thanks to grocid for the Mac Icon.
Thanks to Steve Hills for help building the Linux x86 Compatibility_Min17 mode binary.
This is the first release on GitHub.
It's similar to the version on Google Drive, but with a few updates related to the saving of snapshots/recordings.