I am having problems using ORCA today (i have it working fine on several other machines).
When trying “using ORCA” i get the following:
And when trying Pkg.build(“ORCA”) i get this:
The HTTP errors in the beginning led me to try disabling firewalls and such, but this did not help. When i try to access the file being referenced in the error message (https://conda.anaconda.org/plotly/win-64/current_repodata.json
) using Chrome, it is indeed not found on the server.
However i am not sure if this is the root cause.
I have also tried to remove the package and reinstall everything from scratch (conda etc).
Does anyone have any advice on how to resolve this?
I’m stuck at the same place. I had Anaconda installed and thought that was the problem. I uninstalled that, all the pythons, atom, and julia - but reinstalling didn’t fix.
I did manage to install ORCA from the installer (https://github.com/plotly/orca/releases/tag/v1.3.1), then I created a small paths.jl file in C:\Users<username>.julia\packages\ORCA\fiEmb\deps
that simply had one line: orca_cmd = “orca”
(after adding orca to the path)
this got me through this “install” error but I haven’t gotten a plot to show up correctly
We resolved this problem by performing an update to Miktex (not sure if this was a root cause or not) and then loosening the firewall settings.
I am still having this exact same issue, and have had for some time now. I have done a complete reinstall of julia and atom as well, but nothing have helped. Any ideas?
Hello, I have the same issue!
I recently reinstaled Atom and Julia in my computer and I have the same problem. And I’m having troubles to plot surfaces using the plotly background (I’m using firefox)
@badmin what did you mean by updating Miktex? Should I have to do something in my computer?
I had the same issue. Here is what I did
`conda install -y plotly plotly-orca’
from windows powershell and it worked without errors.
I found the orca .exe installed in the path:
Set the user environment variable to include this in the path
build “ORCA” in the julia pkg prompt
Then the compilation went smoothly.
ORCA.jl has been deprecated – see PlotlyJS fails due to ORCA for more information