I'm having issues finalizing my installation of Python 3.6.5 or later to activate my Openvino toolkit.
The message says "unsupported version try 3.5 or 3.6"
Originally, I installed 3.80b
This forum is horrible. I can't upload images to help move my support faster.
The information is insufficient because I can't post images to get support.
I appreciate the urls but they are ones I used to install the software in the first place.
You should install Python 3.6 (64-bit) and add it to the PATH environment variable:
set PATH=C:\Python36;%PATH% python --version <openvino>\bin\setupvars.bat
Are you saying that 3.6.5 is too new? Do I have to go back to an older version of Python? Once I hear back, then I'll do your instructions.
Is the above the permanent environment variable settings also because these instructions say something else:
No, any version >=3.6 and <3.8 is OK, using 64-bit version is important.
No, it is not permanent and affects only current console session. It may not be needed if you selected corresponding option in Python installer. Just make sure you have correct Python executable by running "python --version".
I will be uninstalling this version of openvino and trying with an older version and removing the python and putting at least 3.7 on my machine.
I'll post my results here shortly.
Everything failed today. This is the versions I used:
Python versions installed on my machine:
I had path added automatically to 3.7.4 but version was unsupported.
I'm uninstalling everything (except VS2019) and will try again after I hear more here.
Just prepend python 3.x location to your PATH environment variable before running setupvars.bat. Like I wrote earlier: