opencv3-setup - Raspberry Pi whiptail Menu driven Easy Install and Compile of opencv3 python from source files

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After update/upgrade and optional reboot is complete, Select DEP menu pick. If there are no problems, you will be prompted with a simple y/n to continue without having to return to the main menu. If there are issues that need to be resolved you can continue by selecting the appropriate main menu pick. From a logged in RPI SSH session or console terminal perform the following. This will allow you to review the code before installing.

https://github.com/pageauc/opencv3-setup

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