I ordered a Raspberry Pi-compatible board not long ago, and look forward to when I can test and answer questions like this firsthand.

In the meantime, it looks like certain required packages for NumPy and SciPy are not included in the default distribution, and binaries may not be available. It is, however, reported possible to compile and install the required dependencies for Scikit-Image. It may take some time to compile, but it is possible.

This blog post may be an excellent place to start. I have not tried if myself yet, but the method looks sound:

Run the commands from the first group on that page - including the optional bracketed ones - in order. Then, additionally, run:
sudo easy_install cython
sudo easy_install scikit-image

I'm confident this can be done. Let us know if you run into trouble.


On Friday, September 27, 2013 8:16:40 AM UTC-5, Stefan van der Walt wrote:

On Fri, Sep 27, 2013 at 10:04 AM, Guillaume Gay
<guil...@mitotic-machine.org> wrote:
> You really need to be more detailed and specific with your problems.

But, Guillaume, I don't understand--haven't you also not had success
running skimage on a Raspberry Pi?  I know I certainly haven't :)

Let us know your config and error message, Payal, we'll see what we can do.

Happy weekend!