[Mne_analysis] install fails missing cython
larson.eric.d at gmail.com
Tue Jul 17 08:34:19 EDT 2018
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Usually these messages about Cython are non-fatal warnings rather than
errors. Does the environment work? You can check at a very basic level with
with something like:
$ source activate mne
$ python -c "import mne; mne.sys_info()"
This should succeed and print a list of libraries, and then you can move on
to trying some examples.
On Tue, Jul 17, 2018 at 4:24 AM Maximilien Chaumon <
maximilien.chaumon at gmail.com> wrote:
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> Hi everyone,
> A problem I've had in the past:
> Install on a fresh ubuntu (mint) install following instructions
> fails with these messages:
> mkl-random 1.0.1 requires cython, which is not installed.
> mkl-fft 1.0.2 requires cython, which is not installed.
> Installed cython with apt install, now it is present on my system.
> Problem 1:
> conda env create -f environment.yml
> fails saying
> CondaValueError: prefix already exists:
> Fair enough. After total removal of anaconda and settings, check cython is
> installed, reinstall after reboot, same fail, complaining cython isn't
> In any case, it seems that ubuntu doesn't ship with cython, so it may be a
> good idea to add an install procedure to the instructions.
> Any help much appreciated.
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