hdf5 anaconda/win-64::hdf5-1.10.4-h7ebc959_0 pip install package_name Retrying with flexible solve, vs2015_runtime-14.16 | 2.4 MB | ################################################# | 100% For example, to install requests with pip you’d run: (conda-env) % pip install requests Retrying with flexible solve.’. Found conflicts! vs2015_runtime anaconda/win-64::vs2015_runtime-14.16.27012-hf0eaf9b_0 My colleagues and I have experienced this issue with several other non-core packages, on both Linux and Windows machines. To resolve the error, install anaconda-client: conda install anaconda-client. Solving environment: failed. When I create a new environment and try to install any package from a channel different than conda I get the error in the title, followed by a really slow analysis of conflicts: I set up a new environment and installed some basic packages I need. I am still facing the issue. Environment data VS Code version: 1.48.0 Extension version (available under the Extensions sidebar): 2020.8.101144 OS and version: Windows 10 Python version (& distribution if applicable, e.g. conda install conda=4.6.14, conda config --set channel_priority true certifi-2019.11.28 | 157 KB | ################################################# | 100% HTTP or SSL errors are common errors when the Python in a child environment can't find the necessary OpenSSL library. zstd-1.3.7 | 536 KB | ################################################# | 100% The conda version is 4.7.12. -> llvmdev==5.0.0 -> llvm-meta=5.0.0 imageio -> numpy -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> clangdev[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] If you have permissions issues, there may be a problem with the licenses directory, .continuum. Try From the Command Line Sometimes, you get more details regarding what's going wrong … I did not creat a new environment, so there are conflicts in packages. pandas -> numpy[version='>=1.11.3,<2.0a0'] -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> clangdev[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] pytables -> numpy[version='>=1.11.3,<2.0a0'] -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> clangdev[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] opencv -> numpy[version='>=1.11.3,<2.0a0'] -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> clangdev[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] -> llvmdev==5.0.0 is the path to the downloaded .exe. conda activate I feel this is an issue with the new conda version, I experienced the same problem and decided to create a virtual environment with python 3.7 before installing my package( Spacy using conda-forge).This seems to have worked but I don't know if it cuts across all packages. Also tried a new OS (from Ubuntu to Manjaro) and with a fresh install, when I installed anaconda it was still at Python 3.6, tried to update to 3.8 and same issue. C:\ProgramData\Anaconda3\envs\opencv. (ignore starlines) scikit-image -> numpy[version='>=1.11.3,<2.0a0'] -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> clangdev[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] Already on GitHub? I had the same issue with multiple packages after updating conda. -> llvmdev==5.0.0 -> llvm-meta=5.0.0 pytest-doctestplus -> numpy[version='>=1.10'] -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> clangdev[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] -> llvmdev==5.0.0 -> llvm-meta=5.0.0 privacy statement. mkl_random anaconda/win-64::mkl_random-1.1.0-py38hf9181ef_0 Open the Anaconda prompt. @lengthmin and other's suggestion of downgrading to 4.6.14 worked. Because I was running many pipelines before and I did not create a new environment for each task, my anacodna3 had a lot of conflicts in packages resulting in disk quota exceed as well. Using anaconda's navigator, make sure the environment has R accepted. I then tried to install opencv, which is not included in the default channel, with: The opencv package should be installed (as it was on Windows 7 and it still is on Ubuntu). conda install pandas==0.25.0, So I used pip, Creating a new environment ¶ At the bottom of the environments list, click the Create button. I used the following codes: conda install python=3.6 jpeg-9b | 313 KB | ################################################# | 100% -> llvmdev==5.0.0 bokeh -> numpy[version='>=1.7.1'] -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> clangdev[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] certifi anaconda/win-64::certifi-2019.11.28-py38_0 It is always preferred to use a virtual environment ,Create your virtual environment using : python -m venv go to your environment directory and activate your environment using below command on windows: env_name\Scripts\activate.bat. scipy -> numpy[version='>=1.14.6,<2.0a0'] -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> clangdev[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.']. -> llvmdev==5.0.0 Learn more. Besides those, I have a default environment named ‘root’ which the Anaconda installer created by default and which holds Python 2.7. Solving environment: done. Retrying with flexible solve. If we want to work with a different version then while installing we can specify the version as “opencv=4.1.0” as shown below: Install Anaconda. After the download is over, go through How to install Anaconda on windows? Choosing an appropriate installer for Conda. I had the same issue installing RStudio. Per https://anaconda.org/conda-forge/eli5, I have tried . nltk -> numpy -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> clangdev[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] astropy -> numpy[version='>=1.11.3,<2.0a0'] -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> clangdev[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] So I install opencv with pip install opencv-python, My version of conda is 4.8.3 with python 3.7.6. mkl_fft -> numpy[version='>=1.14.6,<2.0a0'] -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> clangdev[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] conda create r-base vc anaconda/win-64::vc-14.1-h0510ff6_4 I had the same issue when trying to install pytorch in a python3.9 environment. Easily ran for over half an hour both times with CPU throttling the whole time. (myenv) C:\Users\Naman>conda install xgboost downgrading manually, following the suggestion here, https://repo.anaconda.com/pkgs/misc/conda-execs/, Closes #16 Cannot install on windows - Patch, https://medium.com/@pranav.keyboard/installing-opencv-for-python-on-windows-using-anaconda-or-winpython-f24dd5c895eb, Conda stopped integrating the free channel, https://github.com/notifications/unsubscribe-auth/APBGV7GW2COJFZH6MV6C42LR6N32RANCNFSM4JEQ7OIQ, https://repo.anaconda.com/pkgs/main/win-64, https://repo.anaconda.com/pkgs/main/noarch, https://repo.anaconda.com/pkgs/msys2/win-64, https://repo.anaconda.com/pkgs/msys2/noarch, conda-forge says us package incompatible with python 3.8, remove all the conflicting packages and try to to reinstall them selectively [Y/n], or save the current list of installed packages and rebuild the environment from scratch? I had same problem and this is what solved it for me. Then I tried installing Tensorflow again and it worked. Click “Anaconda” from the menu and click “Download” to go to the download page. Fix ‘Solving environment: failed with initial frozen solve. If a package isn’t available from Anaconda Repository or Anaconda Cloud, you can try installing it with pip, which conda installs by default in any environment created with Python. conda install -c menpo opencv bkcharts -> numpy[version='>=1.7.1'] -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> clangdev[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] If you cannot launch the Anaconda Navigator desktop app, you can still launch it from the terminal or an Anaconda Prompt with anaconda-navigator. they're used to gather information about the pages you visit and how many clicks you need to accomplish a task. We use optional third-party analytics cookies to understand how you use GitHub.com so we can build better products. However, anaconda may install tensorflow 1.2.1 version defautly, if you want to update or install tensorflow to a specific version, how to do? Using your conda environment in a notebook¶. python-3.8.0 | 19.6 MB | ################################################# | 100% This gave me opencv 3, not the most recent 4. Finally, I could solve the problem by downgrading python and then downgrading conda. If you have TensorFlow installed on your environment, you’ll get no errors, otherwise, you’ll need to re-install it. I’d like to mention one more thing here. conda install -c anaconda opencv Come on, we already had a similar issue this summer during July after Conda stopped integrating the free channel. (base) C:\Users\george>conda create -n opencv conda activate deep I'm trying to create an anaconda environment using a yml file, in Windows10 (something I've done before without any issues). After allowing the analysis of the problem to continue for many hours the following list of incompatibilities was displayed. conda install -c conda-forge opencv I experience the same problem, both on windows and Ubuntu Linux. I solved the problem by creating a new environment and uninstall/reinstall anaconda3. ✋, conda create --name deep python=3.7 I don't think is the same issue as #9415 - I have a similar problem with the same conda 4.7.12 trying to upgrade to matplotlib 3.1.2 only available in conda-forge -, At the end for the sake of progress I just downloaded and updated the package manually. conda install conda=4.6.14, After these steps, I could install packages successfully. Looking for incompatible packages. Solving environment: failed with initial frozen solve. Activate the environement that you configured in the PowerBI Desktop Scripting Options. pytables -> numpy[version='>=1.11.3,<2.0a0'] -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> clangdev[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] -> llvmdev==5.0.0 numba -> numpy[version='>=1.11,<1.12.0a0'] -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> clangdev[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] -> llvmdev==5.0.0 bkcharts -> numpy[version='>=1.7.1'] -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> clangdev[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] I upgraded from 4Go to 8Go and I was able to install my package without issue with the latest conda version. écrit : Got same issues, I can't install anything with *conda* included *opencv*. When we install OpenCV 3, we will do so in an Anaconda environment that uses specifically Python 3.5, and that version of Python will only be accessible through the environment. py-opencv-4.0.1 | 1.9 MB | ################################################# | 100% It is done the same way as for virtualenv. statsmodels -> numpy[version='>=1.11'] -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> clangdev[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] In the Anaconda docs it says this is perfectly fine. pytest-doctestplus -> numpy[version='>=1.10'] -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> llvm-meta[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] Sounds familiar? Good luck. Choosing an appropriate installer for Conda. If applicable, choose a Python version for the new environment… In this tutorial, we will introduce you how to do with anaconda. I managed to fix the problem. pytest-arraydiff -> numpy -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> clangdev[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] -> llvmdev==5.0.0 pywavelets -> numpy=1.13 -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> llvm-meta[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] wincertstore-0.2 | 15 KB | ################################################# | 100% 2020 à 23:21, ichsan2895 a conda config --set allow_conda_downgrades true pytest-arraydiff -> numpy -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> clangdev[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] mkl_random -> numpy[version='>=1.11.3,<2.0a0'] -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> clangdev[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] -> llvmdev==5.0.0 -> llvmdev==5.0.0 dask -> numpy -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> clangdev[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] The importance of having a separate virtual environment for … seaborn -> numpy[version='>=1.9.3'] -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> clangdev[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] bottleneck -> numpy=1.11 -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> clangdev[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] What's a user to do with a dump of 100s of conflicts the resolver reports? -> llvmdev==5.0.0 Basically creating a new env with a different python version then 3.7 seems to solve the problem. mkl_fft -> numpy[version='>=1.14.6,<2.0a0'] -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> llvm-meta[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] matplotlib -> numpy -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> clangdev[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] In this step, we will update the main library used for machine learning in … <. -> llvmdev==5.0.0 -> llvm-meta=5.0.0 It fails to resolve the conflicts and it will just repeat the same attempt to resolve things again and again without offering any solution - what's the point of this all? GitHub is where the world builds software. Conda environment. -> llvmdev==5.0.0 -> llvm-meta=5.0.0 The problem seems to be the python version. numpy -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> llvm-meta[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] jpeg anaconda/win-64::jpeg-9b-vc14h4d7706e_1 The functionality is the same, but the commands will change a bit. ; After the installation is done, we need to setup the environment … If you are having problems launching Anaconda Navigator, follow these steps.. mkl anaconda/win-64::mkl-2019.5-281 scikit-image -> numpy[version='>=1.11.3,<2.0a0'] -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> llvm-meta[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] -> llvmdev==5.0.0 pip anaconda/win-64::pip-19.3.1-py38_0 blas -> openblas -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> clangdev[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] pytables -> numpy[version='>=1.11.3,<2.0a0'] -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> clangdev[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] pandas -> numpy[version='>=1.11.3,<2.0a0'] -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> clangdev[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] I encountered the same problem trying to install opencv from conda-forge. thanks Marcsprk43!! Head over to continuum.io/downloads/ and install the latest version of Anaconda. looking for, navigate to. For more information, see our Privacy Statement. Retrying with flexible solve. >conda create -n deep python=3.5 anaconda. mkl-2019.5 | 158.3 MB | ################################################# | 100% (Credit also to https://medium.com/@pranav.keyboard/installing-opencv-for-python-on-windows-using-anaconda-or-winpython-f24dd5c895eb). dask -> numpy -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> llvm-meta[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] Retrying with flexible solve. You can always update your selection by clicking Cookie Preferences at the bottom of the page. -> llvmdev==5.0.0 -> llvm-meta=5.0.0 -> llvmdev==5.0.0 So when making a new environment using anaconda navigator, when prompted with what language, ensure to select R. Copy link hmnhn commented Dec 1, 2019. I had the same problem doing I also found that 'pip install opencv-python' from the Anaconda prompt worked. Start your PBIDesktop.exe from the prompt. To resolve the error, install anaconda-client: conda install anaconda-client. -> llvmdev==5.0.0 -> llvm-meta=5.0.0 Altough I'm not completly sure and haven't tested this properly. I installed Anaconda on Windows 10 (x64, version 1903) using Anaconda3-2019.10-Windows-x86_64.exe and everything went well. numpy -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> clangdev[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] I went with 4.7.5 and it's been fine so far. -> llvmdev==5.0.0 -> llvm-meta=5.0.0 Solving environment: failed with repodata from current_repodata.json, will retry with next repodata source. scikit-learn -> blas==1.0=mkl -> libblas==3.8.0=8_mkl -> libopenblas==0.3.7=h29e5d5d_0 -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> llvm-meta[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] For me the issue occurred on conda version 4.7.12 when creating a new environment. EnvironmentNotWritableError: The current user does not have write permissions to the target environment. setuptools anaconda/win-64::setuptools-42.0.2-py38_0 A .netrc file is an alternate way to accomplish the same goal of setting the *_PROXY environment variables or configuring things only for conda in the .condarc file. to your account. It hangs in "solving environment". zlib-1.2.11 | 117 KB | ################################################# | 100% -> llvmdev==5.0.0 Note: Anaconda automatically downgraded all the python version dependent libraries along with python. scikit-learn -> blas==1.0=mkl -> libblas==3.8.0=8_mkl -> libopenblas==0.3.7=h29e5d5d_0 -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> clangdev[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] hdf5-1.10.4 | 19.2 MB | ################################################# | 100% So I install *opencv* with pip install opencv-python Environment data VS Code version: 1.48.0 Extension version (available under the Extensions sidebar): 2020.8.101144 OS and version: Windows 10 Python version (& distribution if applicable, e.g. tried everything. astropy -> numpy[version='>=1.11.3,<2.0a0'] -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> clangdev[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] Anaconda is a free and easy-to-use environment for scientific Python. patsy -> numpy[version='>=1.4.0'] -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> clangdev[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] I too have experienced this error on a fresh Anaconda install (V 1.9.7) downloaded 2019-11-24 on Windows 10 Pro (x64, version 1809 build 17763.864). Retrying with flexible solve.’ libpng anaconda/win-64::libpng-1.6.37-h2a8f88b_0 Trying to update rpy2 to a new version on conda-forge I am seeing the same failure: Busy indicator kept spinning for about 15 minutes after that I killed the job. -> llvmdev==5.0.0 Using your conda environment in a notebook¶. Good luck scikit-learn -> blas==1.0=mkl -> libblas==3.8.0=8_mkl -> libopenblas==0.3.7=h29e5d5d_0 -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> clangdev[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] We use optional third-party analytics cookies to understand how you use GitHub.com so we can build better products. Executing transaction: done, (base) C:\Users\george>conda activate opencv, (opencv) C:\Users\george>conda install -c anaconda opencv setuptools-42.0.2 | 675 KB | ################################################# | 100% Type python in Anaconda command prompt and hit Enter, your Python must be version 3.7, then type import tensorflow as tf and hit Enter, followed by typing tf.__version__ and hit Enter. The functionality is the same, but the commands will change a bit. Hi there. ca-certificates-2019 | 163 KB | ################################################# | 100% Solving environment: failed with initial frozen solve. Current Behavior# I installed Anaconda on Windows 10 (x64, version 1903) using Anaconda3-2019.10-Windows-x86_64.exe and everything went well. My workaround is to use "conda" only to create an environment. matplotlib -> numpy -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> llvm-meta[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] ✋ In this step, we will download the Anaconda Python package for your platform. Find and download the standalone conda executable you want here: https://repo.anaconda.com/pkgs/misc/conda-execs/. Any solutions?? Thank you! The importance of having a separate virtual environment for … Executing transaction: done, ----------then I went to this folder:------------------ conda config --set allow_conda_downgrades true Retrying with flexible solve. numba -> numpy[version='>=1.11,<1.12.0a0'] -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> clangdev[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] Collecting package metadata (current_repodata.json): done pytest-astropy -> pytest-arraydiff[version='>=0.1'] -> numpy -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> clangdev[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] Le ven. conda install tensorflow-gpu keras matplotlib scipy scikit-learn Collecting package metadata (current_repodata.json): done -> llvmdev==5.0.0 -> llvm-meta=5.0.0 Update scikit-learn Library. — -> llvmdev==5.0.0 -> llvm-meta=5.0.0 Got same issues, I can't install anything with conda. patsy -> numpy[version='>=1.4.0'] -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> clangdev[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] and use the search bar at the top of the page. Learn more, We use analytics cookies to understand how you use our websites so we can make them better, e.g. I got this error while installing OpenCV on Anaconda.. So when making a new environment using anaconda navigator, when prompted with what language, ensure to select R. this solution works for me! h5py -> numpy[version='>=1.14.6,<2.0a0'] -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> clangdev[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] -> llvmdev==5.0.0 Windows uninstall of Anaconda, followed by reboot, then reinstall; uninstall/reboot/install as admin; uninstall/reboot/manually delete various remaining folders in the User directory/reboot/reinstall; etc etc; All these methods produce this error, when trying to install libraries. Thanks , Resume: a dependency solver which cannot solve. as of May 2020, the version displayed is 4.2.0 which is the officially latest supported version of OpenCV by anaconda environment. I can confirm that Marcsprk43's instructions above (the long version at least - I did not try just creating the environment) work without issue. pip-19.3.1 | 1.9 MB | ################################################# | 100% -> llvmdev==5.0.0 -> llvm-meta=5.0.0 2. Other envs with different version tend not to crash from what i've observed -> llvmdev==5.0.0 -> llvm-meta=5.0.0 Control of this feature is done with environment variables. numexpr -> numpy[version='>=1.11'] -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> clangdev[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] -> llvmdev==5.0.0 conda config --set channel_priority false, conda config --set allow_conda_downgrades true In the Create Environment dialog box, type a descriptive name for the new environment. failed - To create a Conda environment. -> llvmdev==5.0.0 Successfully merging a pull request may close this issue. numpy -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> clangdev[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] libtiff-4.1.0 | 997 KB | ################################################# | 100% 31 juil. please check this path in your anaconda: C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Anaconda3 (64-bit) or you can find Anaconda3 in your system, Then change Properties from read-only to another one, I had the same problem when trying to install packages using conda. -> llvmdev==5.0.0 bottleneck -> numpy=1.11 -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> clangdev[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] Solving environment: failed with initial frozen solve. Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information. Anaconda on Windows contains an anaconda.bat file, which is used for setting environment paths and switching environments. 1. scipy -> numpy[version='>=1.14.6,<2.0a0'] -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> clangdev[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] -> llvmdev==5.0.0 -> llvm-meta=5.0.0 The problem arose when trying to install OpenCV. I created an empty environment in Ananconda like this: conda […] -> llvmdev==5.0.0 This software's design just makes no sense. conda install -c activisiongamescience rocksdb, conda v4.8.2, The following packages will be downloaded: The following NEW packages will be INSTALLED: blas anaconda/win-64::blas-1.0-mkl pywavelets -> numpy=1.13 -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> clangdev[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] -> llvmdev==5.0.0 -> llvm-meta=5.0.0 Try From the Command Line Sometimes, you get more details regarding what's going wrong … Let’s have a look at these. If anaconda-client is not installed, this batch file is called instead and produces the error. Alternatively you can create a fresh environment using the strategy above, but include in it the "anaconda" package so you'll have a full featured set of tools. mkl_fft -> numpy[version='>=1.14.6,<2.0a0'] -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> clangdev[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] Every time I try to create a new environment with anaconda in the Windows Command Prompt I get this error: File "", line 1 conda create -n 11 python=3.6 ^SyntaxError: invalid syntax. After the download is over, go through How to install Anaconda on windows? Fix ‘Solving environment: failed with initial frozen solve. It is done the same way as for virtualenv. #9367 (comment). icc_rt-2019.0.0 | 9.4 MB | ################################################# | 100% mkl-service -> numpy[version='>=1.11.3,<2.0a0'] -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> clangdev[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] libpng-1.6.37 | 598 KB | ################################################# | 100% py-opencv anaconda/win-64::py-opencv-4.0.1-py38he44ac1e_0 I’d like to mention one more thing here. 3. Anaconda is a package manager, an environment manager, and Python distribution that contains a collection of many open source packages (numpy, scikit-learn, scipy, pandas to name a few). Install your packages and wait until a confirmed fix for this is rolled out before upgrading your conda again :D. Not sure how universal of a fix this will be, but it worked for me. Specifying python=3.7 solved the issue for me when trying to install pytorch. blas -> openblas -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> llvm-meta[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] python anaconda/win-64::python-3.8.0-hff0d562_2 dask -> numpy -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> clangdev[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] Let’s have a look at these. -> llvmdev==5.0.0 Long comment short, it is a good reminder to create a new environment every time we run a pipeline to prevent conflicts packages! nltk -> numpy -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> llvm-meta[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] First, you should activate your python environment. scipy -> numpy[version='>=1.14.6,<2.0a0'] -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> clangdev[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] Download Anaconda for Python. -> llvmdev==5.0.0 Learn more. This error can be fix by adding several line in PATH variable in Windows 7: >conda create -n deep python=3.5 anaconda, E:\Users\user\Anaconda3\Scripts;E:\Users\user\Anaconda3\Library\bin;E:\Users\user\Anaconda3, https://qiita.com/kizul/items/43a15a21346d121907c6, https://github.com/conda/conda/issues/6064, Natural Language Processing for Fuzzy String Matching with Python, Setting up virtual environment for Python with Anaconda, Namecheap dominio SSL + DigitalOcean Hosting: Parte 3, Fuzzy String Matching with Python Overview, How to Easily Deploy Machine Learning Models Using Flask. Solving environment: failed with initial frozen solve. When working in a notebook, to select the environment you have created and want to use with that notebook, in the Kernel menu, select Change Kernel. mkl-service -> numpy[version='>=1.11.3,<2.0a0'] -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> clangdev[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] For now, it seems that updating all in the env should get things working again. To create a Conda environment. I have the same issue running conda install keras. Select Python, R, or both for a mixed environment. numpy-base -> mkl-service[version='>=2,<3.0a0'] -> numpy[version='>=1.11.3,<2.0a0'] -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> clangdev[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] Use above code to create and activate. Have a question about this project? 2. openssl-1.1.1 | 5.7 MB | ################################################# | 100% xz anaconda/win-64::xz-5.2.4-h2fa13f4_4 This behavior was finally caused by a lack of RAM for me. conda create -n opencv Creating Conda environment -> llvmdev==5.0.0 -> llvm-meta=5.0.0 Retrying with flexible solve. Millions of developers and companies build, ship, and maintain their software on GitHub — the largest and most advanced development platform in … Python 3.8.0 (default, Nov 6 2019, 16:00:02) [MSC v.1916 64 bit (AMD64)] :: Anaconda, Inc. on win32 Solving environment: If you face this issue in Linux, one of the common reasons can be that the folder "anaconda3" or "anaconda2" has root ownership. distributed -> bokeh[version='>=0.12.3'] -> numpy[version='>=1.7.1'] -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> clangdev[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] -> llvmdev==5.0.0 -> llvm-meta=5.0.0 You are receiving this because you commented. This prevents other users from writing into the folder. numexpr -> numpy[version='>=1.11'] -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> clangdev[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] Every Anaconda environment requires activation before you can use it properly. If anaconda-client is not installed, this batch file is called instead and produces the error. numba -> numpy[version='>=1.11,<1.12.0a0'] -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> llvm-meta[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] bokeh -> numpy[version='>=1.7.1'] -> libflang[version='>=5.0.0'] -> openmp==5.0.0 -> clangdev[version='5.0.0|5.0.0.'] In the Anaconda docs it says this is perfectly fine. mkl_fft-1.0.15 | 139 KB | ################################################# | 100% You may try a special DLL loading mode that Anaconda builds into Python. If you have permissions issues, there may be a problem with the licenses directory, .continuum. In my case the problem was also solved by downgrading. 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