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environment.yml ResolvePackageNotFound #41

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sousocheat opened this Issue Jan 13, 2018 · 6 comments

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sousocheat commented Jan 13, 2018

Windows 10 64bit

Using Anaconda API: https://api.anaconda.org
Fetching package metadata .................

ResolvePackageNotFound:
  - freetype 2.5.5 2
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Aki1987 commented Jan 16, 2018

ResolvePackageNotFound describe all packages not installed yet. That you need to move ResolvePackageNotFound to below pip: sentence looks like:
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sousocheat commented Jan 16, 2018

Thank you. It worked.

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EniasCailliau commented May 9, 2018

The whole concept of using yml files is to simplify environment installation on other computers. Why does the conda env export command generate a file that only works on the originating host?

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Yp17ra commented Jun 7, 2018

Ubuntu
Using Anaconda API: https://api.anaconda.org
Solving environment: failed

ResolvePackageNotFound:

  • opencv3==3.0.0=py35_0
  • tbb==4.3_20141023=0

Though I've placed these two requirements under pip section in .yml file im getting the same error. Can you help me out?

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HS-YN commented Jul 26, 2018

It seems that menpo tbb is for osx-64 only, and jlaura::opencv3=3.0.0 is not available for some reason. By slightly omitting the detail in environment.yml:

  • tbb==4.3_20141023=0 to tbb
  • jlaura::opencv3==3.0.0=py35_0 to opencv3

The initial error was resolved, but I faced another error like this:

UnsatisfiableError: The following specifications were found to be in conflict:

  • libtiff==4.0.6=3 -> jpeg=9
  • qt==5.6.2=2 -> jpeg=8

There will be more elaborate ways to handle this error, but I took a simple detour like this:

  • libtiff==4.0.6=3 to libtiff
  • qt==5.6.2=2 to qt
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vinisalazar commented Jan 25, 2019

The whole concept of using yml files is to simplify environment installation on other computers. Why does the conda env export command generate a file that only works on the originating host?

This is still haunting me.

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