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Old 06-08-2016, 3:38 PM
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Would it be possible to run proscan and record audio on a raspberry pi?

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You can not run Proscan on a Raspberry Pi. The Raspberry Pi runs Linux. ProScan is a Windows only application.
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You can not run Proscan on a Raspberry Pi. The Raspberry Pi runs Linux. ProScan is a Windows only application.
There is Windows 10 IoT that runs on a Pi. Will that support it? What hardware is needed for Proscan? Is an audio input needed along with USB?

I'm wanting remote control of a 996P2. I already have the power controlled.
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I am thinking you CAN do it if you have the Windows 10 image loaded on to the Pi. I was thinking about doing this but never got around to it yet. Good Luck - Charlie in Elkton, MD
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I am thinking you CAN do it if you have the Windows 10 image loaded on to the Pi. I was thinking about doing this but never got around to it yet. Good Luck - Charlie in Elkton, MD
I am really hoping so. I don't want to relocate the scanner because of the antenna lead location. I would much prefer to not need a full blown PC to support this for many reasons. I have a Pis of all flavors to try.

Am I the only one interested in a cheap device to piggyback on my scanner that would give me a remote desktop with full control?
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I have moved to using one of these mini Windows boxes instead of the Pi’s.

https://www.amazon.com/Windows-Intel...s=Mini+windows

Way mora capabilities. I have a couple of USB dongles as well as proscan working at the same time running headless up in my attic.
It’s a good solution that has proven reliable...
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