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[BUG]: installation

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Summary of the bug

Hey guys,

I created a conda environment with the dependencies defined in environment.yml to install solaris. However, in the end, I received the following error. Could you please advise? 99612457-fa666500-29eb-11eb-9c9b-480e9eedd87b

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  • State:open
  • Created 3 years ago
  • Comments:6

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TheDoctorOnecommented, Nov 6, 2021

Have the same issue. Any workarounds?

Anyone who still has the same issue, follow the second path for the installation. Basicly install almost all dependencies by hand. Here is the way i did:

  1. Create new env. (I set my Python version to 3.7)
  2. Install the conda packages (GDAL, Fiona, rasterio, rtree (There may be more can’t remember all) )
  3. Install the solaris using pip. If fails, it’ll probably show an error telling which package is missing. Go to step 2.
  4. It may not install imageai package, try to install it by hand.
TheDoctorOnecommented, Nov 3, 2021

Have the same issue. Any workarounds?

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