Hello everybody! Not so long ago, the question of creating a VPN channel arose. Actually, the background is very simple – my son and I often play on a local network in Command&Conquer (classics of the genre). And then we had to go far enough, and nobody canceled the tradition – we played, we play, and we will play. So – you need to be puzzled by the question of creating a VPN channel. But as always – everything is solved very, very simply. Continue reading Creating a VPN channel is free, easy 🙂
Hello everybody! Not so long ago there was a discussion on Facebook – how to clean up the library on a local device? Considering that I mostly read .fb2 files, today’s question will sound like a solution to the problem: we extract data from the .fb2 file. And at the same time we put things in order on the screw 🙂 Continue reading FB-Extractor – extract data from a .fb2 file
Hello everybody! Today we’ll try to figure it out: what is JSON and how to read a JSON file in Python? Continue reading How do I read a JSON file in Python?
Hello everybody! In case you are looking for an answer to the question “the Pytesseract library does not work” or you see the text “TesseractNotFoundError: tesseract is not installed or it’s not in your path” in Windows – I share my own experience – you need to add the path to Tesseract in the environment variables. And everything will work. And yes, the most annoying thing is to install the library in Python – it’s easy, but it turns out that you also need to install the files on Windows.
You can download the files just in case from link and install: C: /Program Files/Tesseract-OCR/, or google – your boss.
In addition – link to libraries with files of supported languages 🙂
That’s all for the question of why the Pytesseract library does not work 🙂 Thanks for your attention. If you have any questions – write to mail , or in Telegram.