I only have numpy 1.12.1 installed:

```
# pip show numpy
Name: numpy
Version: 1.12.1
Summary: NumPy: array processing for numbers, strings, records, and objects.
Home-page: http://www.numpy.org
Author: NumPy Developers
Author-email: numpy-discussion@scipy.org
License: BSD
Location: /usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages
Requires:
Required-by: scipy, pyqtgraph, plyfile, pandas, matplotlib, htmresearch, gensim, nupic.bindings, nupic
```

I have looked at the version dependencies (in the requirements.txt file) of both nupic and htmresearch and they both say numpy version 1.12.1 which is what Iâ€™ve got.

numpy is still working fine when called from the code I previously developed, but not with the Network API. As I said before this fails on the line:

```
from nupic.engine import Network
```

(I know this because I can put this one line in program on its own and execute it - which fails.)

I note that the first thing nupic.engine does is call nupic.bindings â€“ I think this may be where the problem is? (I do not have the programming skills to understand the SWIG interface to C.) I note in the HTM forum others have had problems installing nupic.bindings, and your advice has been to rebuild it from source but I do not know how to do this?

Is there another docker image available that has both nupic and htmresearch installed (and working!)?