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02-13-2023 12:43 AM
HenryGathecha
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I have cloned the arcgispro_py3 environment, but I can't install any package to this environment using conda. It keeps throwing the following error message:

The environment is inconsistent, please check the package plan carefully
The following packages are causing the inconsistency:

- esri/win-64::deep-learning-essentials==3.0=arcgispro_17
- esri/noarch::keras-gpu==2.7.0=0
- esri/win-64::onnx-tf==1.8.0=py39hb572761_3
- esri/win-64::tensorflow-addons==0.15.0=py39_8
- esri/win-64::tensorflow-base==2.7.0=py39_cuda11.1_cudnn8.1_6
- esri/win-64::tensorflow-gpu==2.7.0=py39_cuda11.1_cudnn8.1_6

Kindly assist me

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HenryGathecha
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Thank you for the information. Apparently, I was missing some Dll files in my conda bin. the following link helped solve the issue: https://github.com/conda/conda/issues/9894.

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DanPatterson
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make sure your clone is active and also make sure that you have the right deep learning setup

Esri/deep-learning-frameworks: Installation support for Deep Learning Frameworks for the ArcGIS Syst...

try installing through the package manager in Pro rather than clone if you have issues with conda


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by Anonymous User
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Hi Dan aka the Man the Myth the Legend...
what advice do you have to offer a poor comrade who is experiencing these laundry-list inconsistencies issues trying to install a package via BOTH routes - Pro and conda??

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DanPatterson
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short of clearing all remnants of arc-anything from your computer's hard drive and registry and trying a re-install, not really...  if you are trying to install packages that are hardwired to arcgisscripting (eg numpy and some others) it is a hard path to get what you want and have a quasi-function Pro.

 


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by Anonymous User
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Thank you for replying.
So what would you advise for a person who made the arcgispro-py3 clone in order to use it for R-ArcGIS Bridge & Jupyter Notebooks (r-arcgis-essentials/arcgisbinding package) only to then immediately hit - upon trying to install R Bridge (through ProPackMan and then conda batch command) - this mega blockage in the form of dozens of inconsistencies in the clone environment?!?


How is a person supposed to gain access to utilizing R-Bridge and notebook to write their analysis code?!? This has had me stumped and now eaten up FIVE days of productivity that I needed to have been using to finalize my geospatial analysis presentation!!

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HenryGathecha
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Thank you for the information. Apparently, I was missing some Dll files in my conda bin. the following link helped solve the issue: https://github.com/conda/conda/issues/9894.

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DanPatterson
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strange, those dll s are already in my clone.  perhaps you are using an older version of Pro and hence conda


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DanPatterson
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I would go to where the pirates congregate 😉

R — ArcGIS (esri.com)


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