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Getting issue with import dependencies - Benchmark Application_Python

Adithya_N_Intel
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I'm facing issue with importing modules whlie trying to run Benchmark Python Application.

When I'm trying to execute the command, I'm getting issues with importing dependencies.
PFA for reference.

I have followed the README/Openvino docs(https://docs.openvinotoolkit.org/latest/_inference_engine_ie_bridges_python_sample_benchmark_app_README.html).

I have installed opencv python and numpy as mentioned in the requirements present in Python samples dir.

OpenVINO version: 2019 R2

OS: Ubuntu 16.04

Kindly look into it and let me know if i missed anything from my end.

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Roy_A_Intel
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The 'No module named openvino' error is likely because you did not setup the OpenVINO environment variables when running the app. Please refer to this guide under Setup Environment Variables https://docs.openvinotoolkit.org/latest/_docs_install_guides_installing_openvino_linux.html.

To resolve the 'No module named progress' error, install progress with pip by running the command:

pip install progress

 

Regards

Roy

Adithya_N_Intel
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Hi Roy,

Thanks for the quick turnaround.

Missed pip install progress step previously. Now the issue is resolved.

Thank you! 

 

Roy_A_Intel
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You're welcome, glad it worked.

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