I'm able to run the object_detection_sample_ssd in the armv7l/Release directory. However, when I try a python script I get the above error. setupvars.sh is in my .bashrc and initializes when I log in per the instructions. cat
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I see someone has had a similar error here: Re: Re:No ngraph bindings for python in raspbian distribution? - Intel Community but nothing in that thread fixes my issue.
For how big this company is, it's amazing how much this acts like a start up.
Thanks for spending your considerable time and effort from your end.
The issue of the setupvars.sh (direct to the wrong directory) has been solved in the latest OpenVINO™ version which is 2021.3.
You may download the source code with this command:
git clone --depth 1 --branch 2021.3 https://github.com/openvinotoolkit/openvino.git
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