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When I run $ pipenv –python 3.9 shell $ pipenv shell I get this error: Using /usr/bin/python3.9 (3.9.7) to create virtualenv… ⠹ Creating virtual environment…RuntimeError: failed to query /usr/bin/python3.9 with code 1 err: ‘Traceback (most recent call last): File "/home/anna/.local/lib/python3.6/site-packages/virtualenv/discovery/py_info.py", line 16, in <module> from distutils import dist ImportError: cannot import name ‘dist’ from ‘distutils’ ..

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If you are about to flag this question as duplicate to cmake source directory does not exist. The answers in that question aren’t helpful in my case i’m trying to build opencv-python from the source. as shown in here https://docs.opencv.org/3.4.15/d7/d9f/tutorial_linux_install.html First, I downloaded the source and then extracted it and then created a build directory ..

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I am involved in a task where use case is to collect real time data for below two points using Python scripting on Linux server. The date and timestamp when certain source file is available on Linux server The start and end timestamp of an Informatica workflow. For point 1, I am thinking of using ..

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I’m running code in a computer vision deep learning project, and I can run demo successfully. Now I want to use demo to create a new big dataset. The command to run one picture is: cd /root/.virtualenvs/hmr2.0/hmr2.0-master/src/visualise/ python3 demo.py –image=im00001.jpg –model=base_model –setting=paired-joints –joint_type=cocoplus –init_toes=false And there is a dataset in cd /root/.virtualenvs/hmr2.0/hmr2.0-master/src/visualise/images, including 10000 pictures. ..

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Hey i want to prevent any stdouts from anywhere and capture it in a variable. Now the problem: I have two methods to print something in stdout Method 1: print("Normal Print") Method 2: fds: List[BinaryIO] = [sys.stdin.buffer, sys.stdout.buffer, sys.stderr.buffer] fds[1].write(b"%dn" % a) fds[1].flush() Now i tried something like this from io import BufferedWriter, BytesIO, StringIO ..

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