Skimage Cannot find _tiffile module – Loading of some compressed images will be very slow

I am trying to run faster-RCNN on an Nvidia Xavier. I have followed this guide here and the process went fine. However, whenever attempting to run the demo I get this error:

/usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/skimage/external/tifffile/tifffile.py:299:  UserWarning: ImportError: No module named '_tifffile'.  Loading of some compressed images will be very slow. Tifffile.c can be obtained at http://www.lfd.uci.edu/~gohlke/ "ImportError: No module named '_tifffile'. " 

I have run pip install -U scikit-image and pip install -U tifffile to make sure they’re up to date. In that path there is a _tifffile.so but it is not being imported. In the directory above it I attempted to run python setup.py install but it fails saying it’s missing tifffile.c. When I follow the link from the warning I cannot find Tifffile.c.

In tifffile.py, this snippet is causing the issue:

    if __package__:         from . import _tifffile     else:         import _tifffile except ImportError:     warnings.warn(         "ImportError: No module named '_tifffile'. "         "Loading of some compressed images will be very slow. "         "Tifffile.c can be obtained at http://www.lfd.uci.edu/~gohlke/") 

Any help is appreciated!

Create archived version of a directory tree where only indevidual files are compressed

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I’m would like to:

  • See other suggestions and get comments from the community here
  • Get a Similar solution for windows servers using cygwin or GUI tool

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My 2018 15″ retina MacBook Pro is starting to display the dreaded keyboard defects. Specifically, the “A” key started to register double keypresses. Initially this was very infrequent, but it appears to be getting worse. I would estimate that, in the last few minutes, about 5-10% of the time, a repeat keypress is happening.

Although I could take the computer to an authorized repair shop as it’s still under warranty (and I bought AppleCare for it), I know the turnaround time is fairly long, and this is the only computer I can realistically use without immensely disrupting my workflow. Also, there is no Apple Store within 500 km of my location. Therefore, I set out to look for DIY fixes.

I found this support document on Apple’s site recommending the use of compressed air as a possible fix to the issue. I have an oil-free air compressor that I could use to apply compressed air to the keyboard.

However, I’m somewhat afraid of doing this. Although this is an Apple recommended procedure, I can’t help but think this is aggressive procedure applied to a very delicate mechanism. In particular, I’m afraid my compressed air source may have a small rate of dust contamination which may actually worsen the problem. Has anyone actually used this procedure on a 2018 MacBook Pro keyboard, with the new silicone membrane, to see whether this recommendation is actually effective? I intend to postpone doing this until I see a success report.

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