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Q: I get an error "No module named Caffe"
A: Check that you have updated ~/.bashrc with PYTHONPATH set to the Caffe python directory (default is: /opt/movidius/caffe/python) and have either sourced ~/.bashrc or started a new terminal.
Q: I noticed that the Toolkit installs Caffe. Why does it require Caffe?
A: The Toolkit uses Caffe to create graph files and run comparison checks between the NCS and Caffe.
Q: I already have Caffe installed on my system. Can I use that instead?
A: Caffe is installed as part of the the Toolkit installation. Although it's possible to comment out the Caffe installation part of the Toolkit setup script, we recommend you let the Toolkit install its own instance of Caffe. The Toolkit sets PYTHONPATH to the Caffe python installation path (default is /opt/movidius/caffe/python), but if you need to work on your own Caffe installation, update PYTHONPATH back to your old Caffe python installation path.
Q: Which Python version can I use with the Toolkit and the API?
A: The SDK (the API and the Toolkit) require Python 3. Any Python 2.7 code should be ported to Python 3.