I just ran into this error when running the default conda install commands of qiime2 on Mac 10.13.2:
NoPackagesFoundError: Packages missing in current osx-64 channels:
- intel-openmp 2018.0.0*
- libgfortran 3.0.1*
- mkl 2018.0.1*
I added “anaconda” as a channel at the top of qiime2-2017.12-py35-osx-conda.yml and this issue was resolved.
These were the commands I ran:
conda env create -n qiime2-2017.12 --file qiime2-2017.12-py35-osx-conda.yml
Hi @gmdouglas - what version of
conda are you running?
Can you please provide the output for
conda info? I have done a few fresh installs of QIIME 2 2017.12 on macOS today, on three different machines and didn’t see this issue, for what its worth. Thanks!
Hi @thermokarst, I’m running version 4.2.13. It turns out that my installation didn’t work afterall (the “qiime” binary is not found in my path after activating the environment… ). I think there is likely something wrong with my conda installation. See the
conda info output below.
platform : osx-64
conda version : 4.2.13
conda is private : False
conda-env version : 4.2.13
conda-build version : 1.14.1
python version : 2.7.9.final.0
requests version : 2.8.1
root environment : //anaconda (writable)
default environment : //anaconda
envs directories : //anaconda/envs
package cache : //anaconda/pkgs
channel URLs : https://repo.continuum.io/pkgs/free/osx-64
config file : None
offline mode : False
Hi @gmdouglas, at the moment we are only able to test and ensure that our environment files work with the latest conda (one of the first steps listed in the official native installation guide is to update conda). Are you able to update this deployment? Needing to add the “anaconda” channel to make things work on your machine makes sense though — more recent versions of the conda tool have changed up the default/base channels a bit. Anyway, thanks for the details and the follow-up! Please keep us posted!
D’oh >.< … that was indeed the problem. I re-installed qiime2 and it’s working now. Thanks a lot for your help @thermokarst!
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