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You've probably installed the wrong python library. Unfortunately, the
cv2 package in PyPI is not related to OpenCV at all. It's a name-squatter who has managed to upload a useless, empty package. There are a couple of ways to install OpenCV:
- Install from source by following the directions on the OpenCV website.
- Install via apt:
sudo apt-get install python-opencv.
- Install using Anaconda:
conda install opencv.
DeepQ can't find a ROM, but it's right there!
DeepQ currently looks for its ROMs relative to Fathom's root directory. This is a bit hacky, and it will cause problems if you run anywhere else, regardless of whether you're using Fathom from the command-line or as a module. We're planning on fixing this eventually, but in the meantime, there are two solutions:
- Run from the Fathom root directory.
This should work:
$ git clone https://github.com/rdadolf/fathom.git $ cd fathom $ export PYTHONPATH=`pwd` $ ./fathom/<model>/<model>.py
But this won't:
$ git clone https://github.com/rdadolf/fathom.git /tmp/fathom $ export PYTHONPATH=/tmp/fathom $ /tmp/fathom/fathom/<model>/<model>.py
- Edit DeepQ to point to an absolute path.
ROM_PATH variable in emulator.py tells the model where to search for a ROM.
If you replace this variable with the absolute path to fathom, you should be able to run it anywhere.
For instance, this should work:
$ git clone https://github.com/rdadolf/fathom.git /tmp/fathom
# in /tmp/fathom/fathom/deepq/emulator.py: ROM_PATH='/tmp/fathom/fathom/deepq/roms/'
$ export PYTHONPATH=/tmp/fathom $ python /tmp/fathom/fathom/deepq/deepq.py
I found an issue with the Speech model!
Our implementation requires significant improvement, which we have not yet undertaken for lack of time.