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What mistakes could occur when trying to install dlib in anaconda?

asked 2023-03-19 11:00:00 +0000

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answered 2022-05-10 22:00:00 +0000

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Here are some common mistakes that can occur when trying to install dlib in anaconda:

  1. Installing the wrong version: Dlib is compatible with Python 2.7, 3.4 - 3.7, and not all versions of dlib may work with your version of Python. Make sure to check the supported version before installation.

  2. Incorrect installation command: If you don't use the correct pip command, anaconda may not install the correct version of dlib. Make sure to use the correct pip command for installing packages in anaconda.

  3. Missing dependencies: Dlib has a few dependencies that need to be installed before installation, such as boost and cmake. If you try to install dlib without installing these dependencies first, you may encounter installation errors.

  4. Incorrect path settings: After installing dlib, you need to set the path in your system environment variables. If you forget this step, your dlib installation may not work as expected.

  5. Insufficient memory: Installing dlib in anaconda requires a lot of memory. If you have insufficient memory, the installation may fail or may take a very long time to complete.

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