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Herve
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ML-assisted Labeling install failed
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Herve
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I actually needed a bit more to get this to work :

sudo apt install python3.6-dev gcc build-essential

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sergeyd
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Hi @Herve 

The root cause is:

fatal error: Python.h: No such file or directory
You will need to install python3-devel (as your code-env is Python3 based) OS package to get this fixed:
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Herve
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I actually needed a bit more to get this to work :

sudo apt install python3.6-dev gcc build-essential

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sergeyd
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Hi @Herve 

If you have Ubuntu (Debian), yes, you need to install python3.6-dev OS package but from the stacktrace we cannot guess what OS you are running. gcc and build-essential might require later on during compilation when python.h is already available. Still, this cannot be seen/predicted from the original traceback. 

Anyway, glad you were able to find the solution. 

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Herve
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Hi Sergey,

Your input was really helpful, I did not meant to say otherwise.

Thanks a lot

Herve

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