Hi QIIME2 support team,
I have been working to install QIIME2-2018.11, and I keep getting the following error:
conda env create -n qiime2-2018.11 --file qiime2-2018.11-py35-osx-conda.yml
Solving environment: failed
I’ve looked at previous posts and I am for sure using the mac wget link with a mac computer. I also tried uninstalling miniconda altogether and reinstalling it using
This appeared to be successful, and I also did “conda update conda” and “conda install wget” before trying to install QIIME2-2018.11 again, but unfortunately got the same error.
I’ve also recently updated my mac to Mojave - would that have anything to do with it, possibly? I’ve never had this issue in the last 1.5 years or so using QIIME until after this update.
I am at a loss here, so thanks for all your help!!
I hope not! I am running Mojave right now, too --- all seems to be fine.
Can you run this command and report the results back to us?
Here are the conda info results:
[email protected]:~$ conda info
active environment : None
shell level : 0
user config file : /Users/heatherdeel/.condarc
populated config files :
conda version : 4.5.11
conda-build version : not installed
python version : 3.7.1.final.0
base environment : /Users/heatherdeel/miniconda3 (writable)
channel URLs : https://repo.anaconda.com/pkgs/main/osx-64
package cache : /Users/heatherdeel/miniconda3/pkgs
envs directories : /Users/heatherdeel/miniconda3/envs
platform : osx-64
user-agent : conda/4.5.11 requests/2.19.1 CPython/3.7.1 Darwin/18.0.0 OSX/10.14
UID:GID : 502:20
netrc file : None
offline mode : False
Hmm, everything looks okay there…
I just did another macos install of 2018.11 today and everything worked fine — is it possible that your institution’s network firewall is causing problems?
I am a bit confused about the error message you have pasted, too, because at least one of the versions doesn’t make any sense:
That should read
q2-emperor=2018.11.0, so I am not sure what is happening…
How about you do the following:
Clean your conda cache (this stays around even if you delete and reinstall conda):
conda clean --all
Start from the beginning of the install doc (download the env fresh).
Sorry I don’t have a better answer for you - keep us posted!
So I’m not sure what the problem was, but I’ve got it working! I literally copied the conda create command pasted above into terminal to regenerate the error, and it worked. Maybe I just needed to restart my terminal or something.
Anyway, thanks for your help! Happy QIIME-ing!
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