[BangPypers] BangPypers Digest, Vol 64, Issue 2 Re: [Bug 1071226] Re: python 2.7.3 of ubuntu 12.04 and python2.7.3of ubuntu12.10 (Sriranga(78yrsold))
withblessings at gmail.com
Wed Dec 5 07:20:11 CET 2012
Sorry to note that no response/solution from the python experts. Is it so
complicated or difficult to solve the problem for the Python experts?
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> 2. Re: [Bug 1071226] Re: python 2.7.3 of ubuntu 12.04 and
> python2.7.3of ubuntu12.10 (Sriranga(78yrsold))
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> Date: Sun, 2 Dec 2012 03:54:57 -0500 (EST)
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> From: "Sriranga(78yrsold)" <withblessings at gmail.com>
> To: Bangalore Python Users Group - India <bangpypers at python.org>
> Subject: Re: [BangPypers] [Bug 1071226] Re: python 2.7.3 of ubuntu
> 12.04 and python2.7.3of ubuntu12.10
> jDeV1A at mail.gmail.com>
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> Python Experts,
> I like to have your expertise comments and suggestion on my view that
> irrespective versions of OSs like ubuntu 12.04 and 12.10 - which has
> installed *python 2.7.3 * (same version)should work flawlessly and expected
> output should be the same and identical. Any more information is required
> kindly contact me I shall furnish the same.
> With regards,
> On Fri, Nov 30, 2012 at 10:14 PM, Sriranga(78yrsold) <
> withblessings at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Thanks for the clarification.
> > I agree with your view. In fact the ocropus project is based on ubuntu
> > 12.04(64bit)which uses python 2.7.3 works fine.
> > Tom,Creator of ocorpus project has already in advance clarified that he
> > support *only 12.04* and *not* *12.10 *version -since he has no
> > plan/interest to support for ubuntu 12.10 for ocropus project work.
> > Due to my curious to know whether ocorpus works fine in ubuntu 12.10
> > has python version 2.7.3 also(similar to ubuntu 12.04) - but
> > failed in my experiment as already reported reason to you.
> > In the circumstances, I have to use *only ubuntu 12.04(64 bit)* and may
> > have to *uninstall the ubuntu 12.10* since it appears that python 2.7.3
> > of ubuntu 12.10 does not support Ocropus project due to *some inherent
> > problem* in the ubuntu 12.10 or installed python 2.7.3 in the ubuntu
> > 12.10 itself - which I don't know..
> > If you do research as to why python 2.7.3 installed in ubuntu 12.10 does
> > not work on the lines of ubuntu 12.04(64bit) which has *same version of
> > python* viz. 2.7.3, it will be benefited users like me I am feeling that
> > I may not get support from you,I decided to discontinue usage of new
> > version ubuntu 12.10.
> > With regards,
> > -sriranga(79yrs)
> > On Fri, Nov 30, 2012 at 8:36 PM, Evan Dandrea <
> evan.dandrea at canonical.com>wrote:
> >> This is not a bug in Apport. Please use the bug tracking system for the
> >> Ocropus project instead:
> >> http://code.google.com/p/ocropus/issues/entry
> >> ** Changed in: apport
> >> Status: New => Invalid
> >> --
> >> You received this bug notification because you are subscribed to the bug
> >> report.
> >> https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1071226
> >> Title:
> >> python 2.7.3 of ubuntu 12.04 and python2.7.3of ubuntu12.10
> >> Status in Apport crash detection/reporting:
> >> Invalid
> >> Bug description:
> >> From the : http://code.google.com/p/ocropus/ website of Ocropus
> >> Porject - downloaded Ocropus 0.6 for kannada OCR project work by
> >> following the instructions below:
> >> Installation: To install, use:
> >> $ hg clone -r ocropus-0.6 https://code.google.com/p/ocropus
> >> $ cd ocropus/ocropy
> >> $ sudo apt-get install $(cat PACKAGES)
> >> $ python setup.py download_models
> >> $ sudo python setup.py install
> >> $ ./run-test
> >> In Ubuntu 12.04(64bit)LTS:
> >> When I run the script ./run-test in ubuntu 12.04( wherein python
> >> installed ) successfully COMPLETED without any error of traceback etc.
> >> WHEREAS
> >> in Ubuntu 12.10(64bit)
> >> When I run the same script ./run-test in ubuntu 12.10(wherein python
> >> 2.7.3 also available) - FAILED to complete with error of
> >> trace back displayed even used "SUDO" - vide extract of terminal
> >> reproduced below for reasearch purpose.
> >> dell at dell-OptiPlex-330:~$ cd ocropus/ocropy/
> >> dell at dell-OptiPlex-330:~/ocropus/ocropy$ sudo ./run-test
> >> [sudo] password for dell:
> >> + true
> >> + true binarization
> >> + true
> >> + rm -rf temp
> >> + ocropus-nlbin tests/testpage.png -o temp
> >> === tests/testpage.png 1
> >> estimating skew angle
> >> estimating thresholds
> >> rescaling
> >> tests/testpage.png lo-hi (0.39 1.44) angle 0.1 no-normalization
> >> writing
> >> + true
> >> + true page level segmentation
> >> + true
> >> + ocropus-gpageseg 'temp/????.bin.png'
> >> temp/0001.bin.png
> >> computing segmentation
> >> computing column separators
> >> Traceback (most recent call last):
> >> <=================================<<=please see this <<=========
> >> File "/usr/local/bin/ocropus-gpageseg", line 331, in <module>
> >> process1((f,i+1))
> >> File "/usr/local/bin/ocropus-gpageseg", line 277, in process1
> >> segmentation = compute_segmentation(binary,scale)
> >> File "/usr/local/bin/ocropus-gpageseg", line 221, in
> >> compute_segmentation
> >> colseps,binary = compute_colseps(binary,scale)
> >> File "/usr/local/bin/ocropus-gpageseg", line 127, in compute_colseps
> >> seps = compute_separators_morph(binary,scale)
> >> File "/usr/local/bin/ocropus-gpageseg", line 106, in
> >> compute_separators_morph
> >> thick = morph.r_dilation(binary,(d0,d1))
> >> File "/usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/ocrolib/toplevel.py",
> >> line 204, in argument_checks
> >> result = f(*args,**kw)
> >> File "/usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/ocrolib/morph.py", line
> >> 50, in r_dilation
> >> return filters.maximum_filter(image,size,origin=origin)
> >> NameError: global name 'filters' is not defined
> >> dell at dell-OptiPlex-330:~/ocropus/ocropy$
> >> I am in confusion/fix whether Python 2.7.3 installed in ubuntu
> >> 12.10(64bit) is corrupted one?
> >> In case, if the SAME version of python 2.7.3 are installed BOTH in
> >> ubuntu 12.04(64bit) and 12.10(bit), why only latest version 12.10(bit)
> >> generated error of traceback as above? I tested 3 or 4 times - same
> >> !! So I contrued that it is a bug in 12.10(bit) for python
> >> 2.7.3installed. What is the solution ?
> >> With regards,
> >> -sriranga(79yrs)
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