I couldn't find a good OCR solution for linux either. Project for
I also battled to find a good OCR program for a couple of years on my
Linux System (PClinuxOS)!!
Then about two years or eighteen months back I came across the
combination of YAGF with Tesseract.
This combination works fantastically with basically just "clean-up" to
do on almost any scanned document.
I can recommend this to anyone who needs, or uses, OCR as a regular job,
(as I do).
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