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Hi. Had exactly the same yesterday. Linux Mint 13, my total program was:

from SimpleCV import Camera, Display, Image

import time

cam = Camera() display = Display() img = Image("http://www.oulu.ouka.fi/webkamera/kalaruutu.jpg") img.drawText("FISH!!") img.save("fish1.png") img.save(display) time.sleep(5)

Firstly, I reinstalled SimpleCV

Hi. Had exactly the same yesterday. Linux Mint 13, my total program was:

from SimpleCV import Camera, Display, Image

import time

cam = Camera() display = Display() img = Image("http://www.oulu.ouka.fi/webkamera/kalaruutu.jpg") img.drawText("FISH!!") img.save("fish1.png") img.save(display) time.sleep(5)

Firstly, I reinstalled SimpleCV using the 'git' method on the "latest and greatest" section of the simplecv install page. Then, I had to

Hi. Had exactly the same yesterday. Linux Mint 13, my total program was:

from SimpleCV import Camera, Display, Image

import time

cam = Camera() display = Display() img = Image("http://www.oulu.ouka.fi/webkamera/kalaruutu.jpg") img.drawText("FISH!!") img.save("fish1.png") img.save(display) time.sleep(5)

Firstly, I reinstalled SimpleCV using the 'git' method on the "latest and greatest" section of the simplecv install page. Then, I had to sudo install python-pip, then sudo pip install svgwrite. There's no reason Display() should've called a sample file!