Run target detection, import CV2 Normal, CV2. Write() is OK, but CV2. Imshow() has an error: function not implemented, prompting windows and Ubuntu to install libgtk2.0-dev and PKG config, re run cmake
PIP install opencv Python runs unresponsive.
Recall that Anaconda was installed later and uninstalled first. Sure enough, the original opencv relied on Python 3.8 of Ubuntu 20.04.
uninstall After installation, reinstall install and everything is normal.
- Installing opencv and Linux Makefile:160 : recipe for target ‘all’ failed problem resolution
- Installing gensim in Anaconda
- After tensorflow installation, an error occurred while importing: importerror: DLL load failed: the specified module could not be found
- Incomplete and “the Jupiter” distribution was not found
- Mac clion configuring opencv environment
- AttributeError: module ‘cv2.cv2‘ has no attribute ‘face‘
- “Error in configuration process project files may be invalid” appears during cmake compilation
- CMake Error: The source directory “opencv_install_catalog“ does not appear to contain CMakeLists.txt.
- Importerror: the perfect solution of no module named CV2!!! (not too good)
- Installation of Python on MAC
- Common mistakes and solutions of cmake + QT + VTK
- Modulenotfounderror: no module named ‘CV2’ – (version problem)
- No matching distribution found for tensorflow
- Installing opencv Python in docker container
- Cmake error on qt5core
- Uninstall Anaconda under Windows
- Undefined reference to ‘CV:: imread (CV:: String const & int)’
- How to solve “import cv2 failed ImportError: DLL load fail: Cannot find the specified module” in Anaconda environment
- Pychar configures Anaconda environment
- Uninstall Windows computer software, so that the uninstall is clean