SOLVED - picosdk library and Jupyter/Python Issue

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SOLVED - picosdk library and Jupyter/Python Issue

Post by strangequark » Fri May 03, 2019 2:43 pm

My previous post disappeared when I tried to edit it. This was regarding problems with running Jupyter notebook and the SDK wrappers. I was not able to get the library to import picosdk as it was not recognized. I had assumed it was a missing file that it was looking for, but I am by no means a Python expert.

I took a stab in the dark and solved the problem by copying the whole SDK folder over to my user folder. My user folder is used to store everything I create or every library I import on jupyter notebook. Your destination folder might be different depending on what interface you're using. So, find out where your python interface libraries are kept and copy the SDK folder to that directory. These install instructions in the read me are not clear and I am hoping Picotech will make them better in the future.

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