python 2.7.3 of ubuntu 12.04 and python2.7.3of ubuntu12.10

Bug #1071226 reported by sriranga(76yrsold)
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Bug Description

From the : http://code.google.com/p/ocropus/ website of Ocropus Porject - downloaded Ocropus 0.6 for kannada OCR project work by following the instructions below:

Installation: To install, use:

    $ hg clone -r ocropus-0.6 https://code.google.com/p/ocropus
    $ cd ocropus/ocropy
    $ sudo apt-get install $(cat PACKAGES)
    $ python setup.py download_models
    $ sudo python setup.py install
    $ ./run-test

In Ubuntu 12.04(64bit)LTS:
When I run the script ./run-test in ubuntu 12.04( wherein python 2.7.3 installed ) successfully COMPLETED without any error of traceback etc.

WHEREAS

in Ubuntu 12.10(64bit)
When I run the same script ./run-test in ubuntu 12.10(wherein python 2.7.3 also available) - FAILED to complete with error of
trace back displayed even used "SUDO" - vide extract of terminal reproduced below for reasearch purpose.

dell@dell-OptiPlex-330:~$ cd ocropus/ocropy/
dell@dell-OptiPlex-330:~/ocropus/ocropy$ sudo ./run-test
[sudo] password for dell:
+ true
+ true binarization
+ true
+ rm -rf temp
+ ocropus-nlbin tests/testpage.png -o temp
=== tests/testpage.png 1
estimating skew angle
estimating thresholds
rescaling
tests/testpage.png lo-hi (0.39 1.44) angle 0.1 no-normalization
writing
+ true
+ true page level segmentation
+ true
+ ocropus-gpageseg 'temp/????.bin.png'
temp/0001.bin.png
computing segmentation
computing column separators
Traceback (most recent call last): <=================================<<=please see this <<=========
  File "/usr/local/bin/ocropus-gpageseg", line 331, in <module>
    process1((f,i+1))
  File "/usr/local/bin/ocropus-gpageseg", line 277, in process1
    segmentation = compute_segmentation(binary,scale)
  File "/usr/local/bin/ocropus-gpageseg", line 221, in compute_segmentation
    colseps,binary = compute_colseps(binary,scale)
  File "/usr/local/bin/ocropus-gpageseg", line 127, in compute_colseps
    seps = compute_separators_morph(binary,scale)
  File "/usr/local/bin/ocropus-gpageseg", line 106, in compute_separators_morph
    thick = morph.r_dilation(binary,(d0,d1))
  File "/usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/ocrolib/toplevel.py", line 204, in argument_checks
    result = f(*args,**kw)
  File "/usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/ocrolib/morph.py", line 50, in r_dilation
    return filters.maximum_filter(image,size,origin=origin)
NameError: global name 'filters' is not defined
dell@dell-OptiPlex-330:~/ocropus/ocropy$

I am in confusion/fix whether Python 2.7.3 installed in ubuntu 12.10(64bit) is corrupted one?
 In case, if the SAME version of python 2.7.3 are installed BOTH in ubuntu 12.04(64bit) and 12.10(bit), why only latest version 12.10(bit) is generated error of traceback as above? I tested 3 or 4 times - same result !! So I contrued that it is a bug in 12.10(bit) for python 2.7.3installed. What is the solution ?
With regards,
-sriranga(79yrs)

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sriranga(76yrsold) (withblessings) wrote :

Awaiting solution for the above problem of python 2.7.3.
with regards,
sriranga(79yrs)
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Evan (ev) wrote :

This is not a bug in Apport. Please use the bug tracking system for the Ocropus project instead:
http://code.google.com/p/ocropus/issues/entry

Changed in apport:
status: New → Invalid
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sriranga(76yrsold) (withblessings) wrote : Re: [Bug 1071226] Re: python 2.7.3 of ubuntu 12.04 and python2.7.3of ubuntu12.10
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Thanks for the clarification.
I agree with your view. In fact the ocropus project is based on ubuntu
12.04(64bit)which uses python 2.7.3 works fine.

Tom,Creator of ocorpus project has already in advance clarified that he
support *only 12.04* and *not* *12.10 *version -since he has no
plan/interest to support for ubuntu 12.10 for ocropus project work.

Due to my curious to know whether ocorpus works fine in ubuntu 12.10 which
has python version 2.7.3 also(similar to ubuntu 12.04) - but unfortunately
failed in my experiment as already reported reason to you.

In the circumstances, I have to use *only ubuntu 12.04(64 bit)* and may
have to *uninstall the ubuntu 12.10* since it appears that python 2.7.3 of
ubuntu 12.10 does not support Ocropus project due to *some inherent
problem*in the ubuntu 12.10 or installed python 2.7.3 in the ubuntu
12.10 itself -
which I don't know..

If you do research as to why python 2.7.3 installed in ubuntu 12.10 does
not work on the lines of ubuntu 12.04(64bit) which has *same version of
python* viz. 2.7.3, it will be benefited users like me I am feeling that I
may not get support from you,I decided to discontinue usage of new version
ubuntu 12.10.

With regards,
-sriranga(79yrs)

On Fri, Nov 30, 2012 at 8:36 PM, Evan Dandrea <email address hidden>wrote:

> This is not a bug in Apport. Please use the bug tracking system for the
> Ocropus project instead:
> http://code.google.com/p/ocropus/issues/entry
>
> ** Changed in: apport
> Status: New => Invalid
>
> --
> You received this bug notification because you are subscribed to the bug
> report.
> https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1071226
>
> Title:
> python 2.7.3 of ubuntu 12.04 and python2.7.3of ubuntu12.10
>
> Status in Apport crash detection/reporting:
> Invalid
>
> Bug description:
> From the : http://code.google.com/p/ocropus/ website of Ocropus
> Porject - downloaded Ocropus 0.6 for kannada OCR project work by
> following the instructions below:
>
> Installation: To install, use:
>
> $ hg clone -r ocropus-0.6 https://code.google.com/p/ocropus
> $ cd ocropus/ocropy
> $ sudo apt-get install $(cat PACKAGES)
> $ python setup.py download_models
> $ sudo python setup.py install
> $ ./run-test
>
> In Ubuntu 12.04(64bit)LTS:
> When I run the script ./run-test in ubuntu 12.04( wherein python 2.7.3
> installed ) successfully COMPLETED without any error of traceback etc.
>
> WHEREAS
>
> in Ubuntu 12.10(64bit)
> When I run the same script ./run-test in ubuntu 12.10(wherein python
> 2.7.3 also available) - FAILED to complete with error of
> trace back displayed even used "SUDO" - vide extract of terminal
> reproduced below for reasearch purpose.
>
> dell@dell-OptiPlex-330:~$ cd ocropus/ocropy/
> dell@dell-OptiPlex-330:~/ocropus/ocropy$ sudo ./run-test
> [sudo] password for dell:
> + true
> + true binarization
> + true
> + rm -rf temp
> + ocropus-nlbin tests/testpage.png -o temp
> === tests/testpage.png 1
> estimating skew angle
> estimating thresholds
> rescaling
> tests/testpage.png lo-hi (0.39 1.44) angle 0.1 no-normalization
> writing
> + true
> + true page l...

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sriranga(76yrsold) (withblessings) wrote :
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Awaiting your reply.
with regards,
-sriranga(79yrs)

On Fri, Nov 30, 2012 at 10:14 PM, Sriranga(78yrsold) <
<email address hidden>> wrote:

> Thanks for the clarification.
> I agree with your view. In fact the ocropus project is based on ubuntu
> 12.04(64bit)which uses python 2.7.3 works fine.
>
> Tom,Creator of ocorpus project has already in advance clarified that he
> support *only 12.04* and *not* *12.10 *version -since he has no
> plan/interest to support for ubuntu 12.10 for ocropus project work.
>
> Due to my curious to know whether ocorpus works fine in ubuntu 12.10 which
> has python version 2.7.3 also(similar to ubuntu 12.04) - but unfortunately
> failed in my experiment as already reported reason to you.
>
> In the circumstances, I have to use *only ubuntu 12.04(64 bit)* and may
> have to *uninstall the ubuntu 12.10* since it appears that python 2.7.3
> of ubuntu 12.10 does not support Ocropus project due to *some inherent
> problem* in the ubuntu 12.10 or installed python 2.7.3 in the ubuntu
> 12.10 itself - which I don't know..
>
> If you do research as to why python 2.7.3 installed in ubuntu 12.10 does
> not work on the lines of ubuntu 12.04(64bit) which has *same version of
> python* viz. 2.7.3, it will be benefited users like me I am feeling that
> I may not get support from you,I decided to discontinue usage of new
> version ubuntu 12.10.
>
> With regards,
> -sriranga(79yrs)
>
>
>
> On Fri, Nov 30, 2012 at 8:36 PM, Evan Dandrea <email address hidden>wrote:
>
>> This is not a bug in Apport. Please use the bug tracking system for the
>> Ocropus project instead:
>> http://code.google.com/p/ocropus/issues/entry
>>
>> ** Changed in: apport
>> Status: New => Invalid
>>
>> --
>> You received this bug notification because you are subscribed to the bug
>> report.
>> https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1071226
>>
>> Title:
>> python 2.7.3 of ubuntu 12.04 and python2.7.3of ubuntu12.10
>>
>> Status in Apport crash detection/reporting:
>> Invalid
>>
>> Bug description:
>> From the : http://code.google.com/p/ocropus/ website of Ocropus
>> Porject - downloaded Ocropus 0.6 for kannada OCR project work by
>> following the instructions below:
>>
>> Installation: To install, use:
>>
>> $ hg clone -r ocropus-0.6 https://code.google.com/p/ocropus
>> $ cd ocropus/ocropy
>> $ sudo apt-get install $(cat PACKAGES)
>> $ python setup.py download_models
>> $ sudo python setup.py install
>> $ ./run-test
>>
>> In Ubuntu 12.04(64bit)LTS:
>> When I run the script ./run-test in ubuntu 12.04( wherein python 2.7.3
>> installed ) successfully COMPLETED without any error of traceback etc.
>>
>> WHEREAS
>>
>> in Ubuntu 12.10(64bit)
>> When I run the same script ./run-test in ubuntu 12.10(wherein python
>> 2.7.3 also available) - FAILED to complete with error of
>> trace back displayed even used "SUDO" - vide extract of terminal
>> reproduced below for reasearch purpose.
>>
>> dell@dell-OptiPlex-330:~$ cd ocropus/ocropy/
>> dell@dell-OptiPlex-330:~/ocropus/ocropy$ sudo ./run-test
>> [sudo] password for dell:
>> + true
>> + true binarization
>> + true
>> + rm -rf temp
>> +...

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