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I'm trying to install opencv on Ubuntu, and the problem is

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I'm trying to install opencv on Ubuntu, and the problem is "import as cv","ImportError: No module named cv"
and I do have sys.path.append('/usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages') in my code, and is in that directory.
I'm reading posts on the issue here for a while on stackoverflow and others for a while, and after another compile still no luck?
what things would be the most useful to track down the issue of a missing resources, or the missing link?
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Programming
Customer: replied 2 years ago.
Pages I have pulled up (though I could have missed something):
Customer: replied 2 years ago.
here is my bash history to show what I have done...
Customer: replied 2 years ago.
It looks like this could have been a version change issue - I commented out the line, and although I get another issue, pictures are being taken.I'm going to request this thread / order be closed for this issue.
I think I'm going to re-write some code - thanks.
Expert:  Russell H. replied 2 years ago.
Hi - I regret that your case waited so long for an answer. Though it appears the issue has been solved, I think your question at least deserves some sort of an answer. An appropriate comment from forum posts relative to what you've been trying to do is: please avoid the old module, it won't exist in the next opencv version – (commenter c. year 2014.) Such a message implies that perhaps that module was not unpacked successfully, at some point, or basically is not provided to the program that is doing the make command. Or, as you so obviously say, is in that directory...but, no file named .cv, as the error message points out. So you may simply not have anycv2.cveven if you have a Simply thus, I think. You need not respond to this, and your question/case will be closed in due course. Thank you for consulting, and good luck.