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Docker support on OpenVINO

Tay__Choonkiat
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Hi intel,

I try to install OpenVINO on a docker container, the installer complains 

1. 'cpio' tool could not be found
The setup program requires 'cpio' tool to complete installation. Please make sure this tool is installed and its location is present in 'PATH' environment variable.

2. Intel® GPU is not detected on this machine
Installation can continue; however, GPU optimization will not be available for the product.

Any advise on these ?

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Seunghyuk_P_Intel
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Hi Tay,

1. You can insall "cpio" first and run openVINO installation.

    $ sudo apt-get install cpio

2. Your host machine should have GPU and driver ready.

    and when you run docker either you should give privilege access or give driver path.

    Even though your host system is not ready to use GPU, you can install OpenVINO, and start investigating with CPU engine for now.

 

Regards,

Peter.

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Ukhupacha
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Hello!

Is it possible for you to share the steps for the dockerization of openVino?

Or broadly explain how you managed to do this.

 

Kindly,

 

JD

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neko
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Hi Zuniga, you can checkout this repo

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Joel_E_
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I checked the repo and it was R3 being used, can R4 also be used for this docker image?

Thanks,

Joel

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neko
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Hi Joel,

Yes it should work with R4 as well. I have created a slightly different version which works with

python 3.6. You can modify it to python 3.5 and use it. However, for running tests in demo folder (demo_squeezenet_download_convert_run.sh) you better use python 3.5

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