2022.11.08 03:24 AM
I appreciate your help with this issue, there is a problem with non-existing file on repo https://conda.anaconda.org/kx/win-64/current_repodata.json.
2022.11.10 05:37 PM
Did you retry per the last message?
I only ask as I've just ran the same on my Windows machine and it's connecting to the repo as expected:
2022.11.14 04:31 AM
I still can't install JupyterQ on my PC. Is it possible that it could be a reason: Anaconda behind a company proxy https://docs.anaconda.com/anaconda/user-guide/tasks/proxy/.
It might be important that I can run these commands in Anaconda Prompt:
conda update --all
conda install pandas
but these both end up with HTTP error:
conda install -c kx jupyterq
conda create -n jupyterqenv -c kx jupyterq
2022.11.14 03:22 PM - edited 2022.11.14 03:23 PM
Potentially, in which case you'd need to work with the options as per your link, along with your Systems Administrator.
Alternatively, you could try to install it yourself (assuming you can download the relevant packages to your machine)
See here: Set up your machine-learning environment – Machine Learning – kdb+ and q documentation - Kdb+ and q ...
2022.11.18 02:15 AM - edited 2022.11.18 02:16 AM
Thank you David.
I've tried to install all components manually but stacked during installation tensorflow module.
I think, that I have to solve this with the company support
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