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Can someone please help me? I'm not sure what I am doing.

I am trying to install dlib but it won't install. Not sure what I am doing wrong. Please someone help.

11/14/2019 9:01:52 PM

Arketa

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On command prompt it says building wheel fail. But on anaconda it says there is a conflict but is struggling to fix the issue and I don't know what to do.

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Conflict means that some packages cannot be installed together, so you probably have to remove the package it conflicts with, or try to find a more specific solution on stackoverflow

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The error message should have exactly what packages conflict, it's not just some random lines that you can skip, why don't you share it here ?

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Easy way to build different virtual environments venv and then pip install only that packages what you need. e. g.: For website project: django, pillow, imagekit etc. For AI project: Numpy, anaconda, tensorflow, pytorch etc.

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Well the error this time seems to be: NMake makesfiles doe not support platform specifications, but platform x64 was specified Write this exact sentence in a search engine like google, and then you'll find a stackoverflow website, try to solve it using one of the methods there. Solving an error is something you should get used it, because you're going to do it a lot, so try to read the error, just what stands out of course, and then look for solutions online

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Keep breathin,breathin

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How do I know what packages it conflicts with and how do I move them?

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Error code is not complete, delete your last post and share the other half of the error

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It says you have to install cmake first, try running: pip3 install cmake And then retry the installation

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This is what I got after installing cmake then retrying dlib

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Alright thanks big help. Will let you know if solved.

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https://www.sololearn.com/discuss/2068298/?ref=app

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Aymane Boukrouh [Unavailable] Okay. It does seem reasonable to not update both posts. Especially when it is that level of difficulty.

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gust chaos

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https://code.sololearn.com/Wu1Wx6JfLOcW/?ref=app

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Hail Stackoverflow !

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On lines 31-37 of the code that you posted you will find: "Generator NMake Makefiles does not support platform specification, but platform x64 was specifiedʻ. Maybe the problem is there.

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DMon they already know, but none of the solutions in stackoverflow worked for them

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