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Post time 2019-7-2 00:39:17 | Show all posts |Read mode

I am having issues with the open cv software on the rasptank. I am under "openCV installation" in the Setting Up In A Raspberry Pi part of the pdf instructions. I can get as far as 'sudo pip3 install imutils' without any issues, but when I enter the command 'sudo pip3 install opencv-python' the following shows up on the terminal:
  1. root@raspberrypi:~# sudo pip3 install opencv-python
  2. Looking in indexes: https://pypi.org/simple, https://www.piwheels.org/simple
  3. Collecting opencv-python
  4.   Could not find a version that satisfies the requirement opencv-python (from versions: )
  5. No matching distribution found for opencv-python
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with the words "Could not find..." through "... for opencv-python" in red font.
I have tried the command both though putty and directly through the terminal to no avail, and have also tried the automatic way under Setting up in a PC, but it got stuck on the same part. (I could tell because I sat down and watched the text scroll up the screen) I reread both ways' instructions over and over again, and I am sure I followed them to the last word.
I am frustrated because I have now had a robot that I spent a net $140 on for three weeks without being able to use it. Am I just missing something obvious or is this a new problem? Does anyone have any suggestions?

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Post time 2019-7-11 09:52:48 | Show all posts
I had the same issue a week ago. I'm trying to find back what I did, I think it worked with: sudo apt-get install libopencv-dev python3-opencv
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Post time 2019-7-11 10:48:35 | Show all posts
update openCV on official website and install with sudo pip3 install opencv-contrib-python
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Post time 2019-7-22 05:36:53 | Show all posts
1557111628 replied at 2019-7-11 10:48 AM
update openCV on official website and install with sudo pip3 install opencv-contrib-python



why don't you fix this is your setup.py script????????????????

I have the same problem
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Post time 2019-7-28 05:53:01 | Show all posts
Edited by 1564098690 at 2019-7-28 06:47 AM

I downloaded an older version of Raspbian os from http://downloads.raspberrypi.org ... aspbian-2018-04-19/

If you will look at the images in the instructions it is from the older versions.

There is a post in Raspberry website that says they are working on a opencv-python for buster.

It seemed to installed mostly correctly. One error with the hashes but i think it went ahead and installed everything.

Here is the forum about opencv in buster

https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=243418
My robot works and connects using the setup script. Yes I have to take it apart and zero postion the servos and put it back together cause I got in a hurry but not Adeept fault mine for not following directions.

People do some research before you just down someones throat. They give you screens shots of what they used. Technology advances quiuckly and it is hard to keep up when you have alot of things going.
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Post time 2019-7-28 06:47:45 | Show all posts
1563743830 replied at 2019-7-22 05:36 AM
why don't you fix this is your setup.py script????????????????

I have the same problem

Edited by 1564098690 at 2019-7-28 06:47 AM


I downloaded an older version of Raspbian os from http://downloads.raspberrypi.org ... aspbian-2018-04-19/

If you will look at the images in the instructions it is from the older versions.

There is a post in Raspberry website that says they are working on a opencv-python for buster.

It seemed to installed mostly correctly. One error with the hashes but i think it went ahead and installed everything.

Here is the forum about opencv in buster

https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=243418
My robot works and connects using the setup script. Yes I have to take it apart and zero postion the servos and put it back together cause I got in a hurry but not Adeept fault mine for not following directions.

People do some research before you just down someones throat. They give you screens shots of what they used. Technology advances quiuckly and it is hard to keep up when you have alot of things going.

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