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Abdelrahman Abozied
@abdelrahmanzied
Hello everyone, I'm Abdelrahman Abozied, AI Engineer intern at GatsbAIin Egypt.
I'm a student in the 3rd year of Bachelor of Computer Science at Misr University for Science and Technology in Egypt.
I'm interested in Deep Learning and Computer Vision.
Kunal shah
@kunalshah03
@niveditarufus Hello! I am Kunal Shah, a pre-final year Computer Engineering Student studying at Pune Institute of Computer Technology, India. I am interested in contributing to the project: "Software agent for traffic and pedestrian traffic monitoring in outdoor environments using RGB cameras". I wanted to integrate a machine learning model for car detection with a Robocomp camera. Can you guide me as to which component should I use? Also, can you elaborate regarding the steps to follow to proceed further?
Manjunadh Kandavalli
@manju838
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Can someone encounter this error?My Coppeliasim was installed and .bashrc file the following line: export COPPELIASIM_ROOT=~/robocomp/components/CoppeliaSim_Player_V4_1_0_Ubuntu20_04
But when I am following instructions in the tutorial,I am having problem here.Any suggestions?
Pawan Wadhwani
@pawanw17

Can someone encounter this error?My Coppeliasim was installed and .bashrc file the following line: export COPPELIASIM_ROOT=~/robocomp/components/CoppeliaSim_Player_V4_1_0_Ubuntu20_04

are you sure if the path is correct? and that you sourced the .bashrc after writing the command?

Manjunadh Kandavalli
@manju838
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I am getting this error now,I sourced it and repeated the tutorial steps
Manjunadh Kandavalli
@manju838
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@pwanw17,This is my .bashrc file, did I mess up with any qt path parameter?
Saurabh Suresh Powar
@Spnetic-5
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I'm getting this error while running LearnBlock, my installation was completely successful!
Amr Mostafa Abdelhalim
@amrmoastafa
I keep getting this error while trying to run LearnBlock , I tried different solutions on google but it seems not to work with it , if any one can help it would be really appreciated .
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Pilar Bachiller
@pilarbachiller
@Spnetic-5 did you set the PYTHONPATH environment variable?
@amrmoastafa maybe it is related with the last changes we have made in the config files. I'll check it and let you know
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Saurabh Suresh Powar
@Spnetic-5
@pilarbachiller Yes I have set PYTHONPATH
I have added < export PYTHONPATH="${PYTHONPATH}:~/LearnBlock" > this to ~/.bashrc
Pilar Bachiller
@pilarbachiller
@amrmoastafa I have fixed the problem. Please, update and try again
@Spnetic-5 replace the ~ symbol with your home directory
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Pilar Bachiller
@pilarbachiller
.bashrc is in your home directory: /home/your_name, being "your_name" your user name
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Saurabh Suresh Powar
@Spnetic-5
I ran sudo 'cp -p -r ~/LearnBlock/learnbot_dsl ~/LearnBlock/learnbot_dsl/learnbotCode/LearnBlock ~/LearnBlock/learnbot_dsl/components/apriltag/src/aprilTag.py' this command ~/LearnBlock/learnbot_dsl/components/emotionrecognition2/src/emotionrecognition2.py /usr/bin
Finally, it's working I'm able to run LearnBlock, but now it's showing JSONDecodeError
2 replies
Aditya Aggarwal
@adityaaggarwal97
Hello everyone, I am Aditya Aggarwal, co-mentor of the project Sign Langauge Recognition Project. In the past few days, we have received an overwhelming list of queries and messages from the students. In order to answer the common queries, we have created a FAQ document for your reference. You can contact us over the mail for specific queries or getting your proposal reviewed, however, please expect a slightly delayed response.
FAQ document: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1AygbWDNFE5YeAfHKpgaXmsWsxH0cYfB0c4yaV-EBYYo/edit?usp=sharing
Abdelrahman Abozied
@abdelrahmanzied

Hello,
I get this error when run "sudo make install"
Error: ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'pyparsing'
I have installed it and checked by this line : python3 -c "import pyparsing; print(pyparsing.version)"
2.2.0

How Can I solve that?

Manjunadh Kandavalli
@manju838
@abdelrahmanzied Please check the install location,if you have both pip and pip3,then maybe the location it got installed may be different from your default path
Abdelrahman Abozied
@abdelrahmanzied
@manju838 I think that also and I reinstall it in the robocop folder, but still have the error.
Where I should install it?
Manjunadh Kandavalli
@manju838
@abdelrahmanzied I think this is the location to install: usr/local/lib/python3.8/dist-packages .In case you have multiple python versions,then you have multiple dist-package folders.Use pip3 install pyparsing==2.2.0 in the default location
For checking location of package print(pyparsing.path) instead of priting version.Hope this helps
Manjunadh Kandavalli
@manju838
pyparsing.path to be precise,sorry typo before
fernan12345
@fernan12345
Hi, i am trying to get the enviroment of AGM ready for work, but i am getting the following problem :
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In file included from /home/fernando/robocomp/components/AGM_copia/build/agm_autogen/SDRBU5K7EQ/moc_rcdraw.cpp:9,
from /home/fernando/robocomp/components/AGM_copia/build/agm_autogen/mocs_compilation.cpp:2:
/home/fernando/robocomp/classes/rcdraw/rcdraw.h:25:10: fatal error: qmat/QMatAll: No such file or directory
25 | #include <qmat/QMatAll>
| ^~~~~~
compilation terminated.
make[2]: [CMakeFiles/agm.dir/build.make:63: CMakeFiles/agm.dir/agm_autogen/mocs_compilation.cpp.o] Error 1
make[1]:
[CMakeFiles/Makefile2:224: CMakeFiles/agm.dir/all] Error 2
make: * [Makefile:130: all] Error 2
fernando@fernando-VirtualBox:~/robocomp/components
"
Abdelrahman Abozied
@abdelrahmanzied
@manju838
Thanks for the help, but I can't find the library it's installed with anaconda.
Manjunadh Kandavalli
@manju838
I don't have idea about conda install locations but for the package to work,installations are usually in the respective python-version's dist-packages directory.Please check your default python version used and install at that location as said before.And conda usually creates a virtual environment and installs packages in it so the default python interpreter would no longer be that.Hope this helps.
Abdelrahman Abozied
@abdelrahmanzied
@manju838
That's true, Anaconda install libraries in its own environment but I install all libraries in native python, not anaconda and still have the error.
Bhavishya Pandit
@bhav09

@manju838
That's true, Anaconda install libraries in its own environment but I install all libraries in native python, not anaconda and still have the error.

You can find all the conda libraries at this location: C:\Users[USERNAME]\Anaconda3\Lib\site-packages
And Python libraries at this location: C:\Users[USERNAME]\AppData\Local\Programs\Python[Python version]\Lib\site-packages

Bhavishya Pandit
@bhav09

Or you choose to follow the steps to find out the location of the installed packages:

  1. Open terminal
  2. Write Python press enter
  3. Import that package whose location you want to see
    ...... eg: import numpy
  4. After the package is imported, write numpy.double underscore file double underscore and then press enter.

You now have the package's location

Abdelrahman Abozied
@abdelrahmanzied
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@bhav09
I deactivated conda terminal and the library can't see "pyparsing".
I reinstall everything and import "pyparsing" and get the path, but still have the error
Bhavishya Pandit
@bhav09
Hey @abdelrahmanzied, I am able to see the location of the package. Have a look at the last line of the screenshot.
Abdelrahman Abozied
@abdelrahmanzied
@bhav09
Yes, I see it, but I don't know why the library can't see it in the above error?
Where I should install it and how?
Abdelrahman Abozied
@abdelrahmanzied
I tested everything in the article and install stable branch, the error still exist :(
Abdelrahman Abozied
@abdelrahmanzied

Finally, I fixed the error :)
I uninstall anaconda and reinstall everything again and I used the stable branch of the library that was suggested by Eng @DarkGeekMS

Thanks @manju838 @bhav09 for your help.

Bhavishya Pandit
@bhav09
Happy to help, @abdelrahmanzied brother :)
Abdelrahman Abozied
@abdelrahmanzied
Rcis commnad now found
How to fix this?
Abdulrahman Hassanin
@abdulrahman-hassanin
@DarkGeekMS
Hello, I am Abdulrahman Hassanin, currently, I am a B.Sc. degree student in computer engineering at Helwan university in my final year.
I hope it isn't too late but I am interested in the monocular depth estimation project. I have made some literature review but I have some questions:
1) The task is to target the outdoor scenarios like KITTI dataset, indoor scenarios like NYU dataset, or both scenarios.
2) I need to find the perception modules that will be integrated with the depth estimation module. I found this repo but it is mostly written with C++, so does it required to implement and integrate the depth estimation using C++? https://github.com/robocomp/perception
3) As mentioned in the description, the testing will be on different scenarios compared to the physical sensors. Does it require evaluating the project performance on a specified dataset provided by RoboComp?
Esteban Martinena Guerrero
@orensbruli

Rcis commnad now found
How to fix this?

move to "main" branch of robocomp and follow the compile and install steps again

Mohamed Shawky
@DarkGeekMS
@abdulrahman-hassanin
Hello Abdulrahman,
1) Both, however we should focus more on indoor activities.
2) No, you can use Python and integrate it to RoboComp. It's done in many RoboComp components like https://github.com/robocomp/robocomp-robolab
3) We mainly use simulator (CoppeliaSim) to test components, however we can test them on different physical scenarios, if possible.
Abdelrahman Abozied
@abdelrahmanzied
@orensbruli Thanks a lot!
The error was fixed.