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Problem Installing Anaconda 2.4.0.0 , Win 10

  1. Nov 30, 2018 #1

    WWGD

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    Hi,
    I am having trouble installing Graphlab Create from Turi in my Win10. I . First step is to install Anaconda 2.4.0.0 . Everything goes OK, until I need to choose the destination folder. Then I keep getting the same error message to the effect that "Directory x already exists , please choose a different location" . This happens no matter where I choose to save/install

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    I tried Stack Overflow's recommendation, but it is not working. Anyone, please?
     

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  3. Nov 30, 2018 #2
    Why are you trying to install such an ancient version? The latest stable version seems to be 5.3.1.
     
  4. Nov 30, 2018 #3

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    I am folowing instructions for what I need to install Graphlab Create

    https://turi.com/download/install-graphlab-create-command-line.html

    EDIT: I need to work with Python 2.7.
     

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  5. Nov 30, 2018 #4
    Okay, it seems to be a bug in the installer. The only thing which comes into my mind is that the directory you are trying to install in requires Administrator privileges. However, since I'm not on a Windows, it is difficult to help you more.
     
  6. Nov 30, 2018 #5

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    Sorry, forgot to update you. I somehow overcame that. Issue now is to activate the Anaconda Environment. My apologies for making you work extra :).

    I am actually trying to fix dependency issues: This is my command line:


    Error: Dependencies missing in current win-64 channels:
    - anaconda 4.0|4.0.0* -> scipy 0.17.0 np110py27_0 -> blas * mkl
    - anaconda 4.0|4.0.0* -> numpy 1.10.4 py35_0 -> blas * mkl
    - anaconda 4.0|4.0.0* -> scipy 0.17.0 np110py34_0 -> blas * mkl
    - anaconda 4.0|4.0.0* -> scikit-learn 0.17.1 np110py27_0 -> blas * mkl
    - anaconda 4.0|4.0.0* -> numexpr 2.5 np110py35_0 -> blas * mkl
    - anaconda 4.0|4.0.0* -> scikit-learn 0.17.1 np110py34_0 -> blas * mkl
    - anaconda 4.0|4.0.0* -> pytables 3.2.2 np110py35_2 -> numexpr 2.5* -> numpy 1.11* -> blas * mkl
    - anaconda 4.0|4.0.0* -> pytables 3.2.2 np110py34_2 -> numexpr 2.5* -> numpy 1.11* -> blas * mkl
    - anaconda 4.0|4.0.0* -> scipy 0.17.0 np110py35_0 -> blas * mkl
    - anaconda 4.0|4.0.0* -> pytables 3.2.2 np110py27_2 -> numexpr 2.5* -> numpy 1.11* -> blas * mkl
    - anaconda 4.0|4.0.0* -> pytables 3.2.2 np110py35_2 -> numexpr 2.5* -> blas * mkl
    - anaconda 4.0|4.0.0* -> numpy 1.10.4 py34_0 -> blas * mkl
    - anaconda 4.0|4.0.0* -> numexpr 2.5 np110py34_0 -> blas * mkl
    - anaconda 4.0|4.0.0* -> numpy 1.10.4 py27_0 -> blas * mkl
    - anaconda 4.0|4.0.0* -> scikit-learn 0.17.1 np110py35_0 -> blas * mkl
    - anaconda 4.0|4.0.0* -> pytables 3.2.2 np110py27_2 -> numexpr 2.5* -> blas * mkl
    - anaconda 4.0|4.0.0* -> pytables 3.2.2 np110py34_2 -> numexpr 2.5* -> blas * mkl
    - anaconda 4.0|4.0.0* -> numexpr 2.5 np110py27_0 -> blas * mkl

    You can search for this package on anaconda.org with

    anaconda search -t conda blas * mkl

    EDIT: I found nothing in a search in anaconda.org , nor in Stackoverflow:

    https://stackoverflow.com/questions...-error-occurred-while-creating-conda-environm
     
    Last edited: Nov 30, 2018
  7. Dec 6, 2018 at 7:53 PM #6

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    Anyone, please?
     
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  9. Dec 6, 2018 at 8:19 PM #8

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    Thanks, eys
     
  10. Dec 6, 2018 at 10:26 PM #9

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    Sorry, eys_ phydics to have you work extra, I have a sort of glue in my brain recently, can't get much done .
     
  11. Dec 7, 2018 at 12:22 AM #10

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    sniffing glue is never good o_O

    I've found the anaconda installs to be pretty clean on Ubuntu, a bit less so on Windows. (I have dual boot-- may be useful if you're doing a lot of programming )
     
  12. Dec 7, 2018 at 7:41 PM #11

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    Pain killers were becoming too hard to get. You know, the whole 5-0 thing.
     
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