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Raspberry Pi

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Installation: Add Java 3D section
# Download and install the [ platform-independent "no JRE" distribution of Fiji].
# Download the [] shell script, set its executable bit (<code>chmod +x</code>) and run it to launch ImageJ. Note that the shell script supports only a subset of the functionality of the native [[ImageJ Launcher]], but it should be able to run ImageJ successfully.
= Java 3D =
It is supposedly possible to run [[Java 3D]] on the Pi; see [ this StackOverflow thread]. However, there have been no official reported successes on ImageJ community channels yet. If you get it working, please edit this section to describe the steps you used!
= Troubleshooting =
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