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where does libjniopencv_core.so come from? what is the question to ask?

 
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I'm at my wits end with this. I'm working with a high school robotics team on getting opencv working on a Raspberry pi. It works fine on a Mac. On the pi, recompiling opencv gives a bunch of opencv .so files but none related to jni. I've spent hours searching online for ideas.

We made a little progress today by finding the linux arm jar file for javacv.

I suspect there is some step between opencv and javacv (besides the javacpp jar) that we are missing. But I don't even know what to ask to find out the answer.

We asked a question on Stack Overflow (where does libjniopencv_core.so come from). While it would be awesome if someone here knew the answer, I'm looking more for "what would the next steps be." We are close to being really stuck.
 
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The "solution" was to use someone else's pre-compiled for Raspberry Pi files. Which ironically still didn't contain the libjniopencv_core.so file. My guess is it was an older version that didn't require it.
 
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