How do I launch Anaconda Administrator (elevated) Command Console into the Windows 10 UserProfile directory, NOT "c:WindowsSystem32" ? PROBLEM: I want to do this because it is a hassle to constantly have to change my working directory from "c:WindowsSystem32" to "c:usersmylogin" directory every time I start Anaconda Administrator Consoles. The default Windows behavior is to ..
I’m guessing this has something to do with a windows update (can’t figure out what else might have caused it). I am suddenly not able to save a file, "Save" and "Save all" is now grayed out (See picture bellow) and CTRL+S doesn’t work anymore. I am however able to use "Save as" to over ..
I have a directory that has some .dll files and .pyd files. Let’s call this folder ‘Folder_1’. The current location of this folder is in my D: drive. I want to import a file ‘package_1.pyd’ from this folder in my conda environment. Let’s call this environment ‘ENV_1’. I went ahead and pasted the Folder_1 in ..
I am on WINDOWS10 On my computer I installed anaconda and Python. Later, I installed a big commercial application that installs its own python and anaconda. Since the two are interfering, I want to uninstall the old one completely. I want to keep only the one with commercial application. I was able to progress somewhat ..
I am trying install rasa package on a windows 10 PC as user on my office laptop Things tried: pip install rasa pip install –user rasa tried in anaconda prompt in admin mode login as administrator and tried in both cmd and conda prompt tried by creating a new env in both cmd and conda ..
I am installing a new gcc version 9.1 to system 4.8.5 using these commands: tar xzf gcc-9.1.0.tar.gz cd gcc-9.1.0 ./contrib/download_prerequisites cd .. mkdir gcc-9.1.0-build cd gcc-9.1.0-build ../gcc-9.1.0/configure –enable-languages=c,c++ –disable-multilib I got :configure: error: in `/home/gcc-9.1.0-build’: configure: error: C compiler cannot create executables See config.log for more details’ I have deleted this anaconda environment detectron2 but ..
I have the following setup: Windows 10 python installed via Anaconda Virtual environment setup via Anaconda for running and testing my project with pytest git version control via MINGW Now I’d like to set a githook that runs all my tests before I push. I have the following problem: I can’t activate my virtual environment ..