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Fatal Python error: PyThreadState_Get: no current thread #21
Hi, thanks for the project.
I'm on a mac and using a virtualenv environment to install the python dependencies,
Any idea what might be the problem here?
Hi @kaikuehne - thanks for reporting this, I'll clarify this in the README once we resolve it.
I remember getting the same error a few months ago on my OSX, but don't remember how I resolved it.
What Python interpreter are you using? Can you send the output of
Do you have the homebrew or macports version of Python installed?
I think a minimal example of this problem is from running the
I'll try to get access to a clean OSX machine within a week soon so I can reproduce.
For a workaround, the docker version in OSX should work well since it's running on a Linux docker machine.
Hi again, the problem I got was not related to openface.
Now though, I get another error when running the classifier:
I looked into the file, and think I found the reason for the error:
def exitHandler(): if self.p.poll() is None: p.kill() # This should be self.p.kill()
It works now!
added a commit
Oct 18, 2015
Hi Thanks for this useful project.
Python 3.5.2 (default, Jun 29 2016, 13:43:58)
I am using Docker's for my OSX to implement Demo 1 & 2, but when i use compare.py for getting the L2 distance on my database images copied into openface/demo/images/examples , it shows me an error. (unable to load the image)
Also, I want to use compare.py for an application which can keep a track on students when giving online exams from home. So need some brief steps from you to proceed with it.
Thankyou in advance.
I have followed all the steps according to the manual, but still facing some issues