But all of them are on Linux.
I'd like to build Windows-based OpenVINO docker image, and my questions are:
Any comment would be appreciated!
After a two-day try-out, here are my answers:
# silently unpack to unpacked/ and write logs to log.txt. try --h for more. $ openvino.exe --s --f unpacked --l log.txt # accept EULA to install and write output to output.txt $ install.exe install --output output.txt --eula accept
choco install cmake --version 3.14.3 -y choco install python --version 3.6.5 -y choco install visualstudio2017buildtools --version 220.127.116.11 -y choco install visualstudio2017-workload-vctools --version 1.3.2 -y
Dearest Huang, Roger,
I'm not an expert in containers but fortunately we have someone who is (OpenVino and containers). He will answer your question soon ! Thanks for your patience,
Can someone please post the Dockerfile that can be used to enable OpenVINO support in a windows docker? I tried the following: the docker build is hanging in the install (2nd last ) line:
RUN curl.exe -o python-3.7.3.exe https://www.python.org/ftp/python/3.7.3/python-3.7.3.exe ;
RUN C:\python-3.7.3.exe /passive InstallAllUsers=1 TargetDir=c:\Python37
RUN setx PATH "C:\Python37;C:\Python37\Scripts;%PATH%"
COPY application C:\\application
RUN python.exe c:\\application\\get-pip.py
RUN pip install cmake
RUN start /WAIT w_openvino_toolkit_p_2019.0.000.exe --s --a install --eula=accept --output=c:\openvino_out.txt
Hi Mousumi H.,
Greetings to you.
We earnestly request you to create a new thread for your specific issue to help us serve you better, since this thread that you’ve posted to currently is almost a year old.
If there are anyone whom are still looking for answer in this thread,
Here are some insights:
1. For more compatibility options it is recommended to Install DL Workbench from Docker Hub* (includes installing on Linux, Windows, and macOS). This contain prebuild images that required to be built.
Otherwise, you can proceed to Install DL Workbench from the Intel® Distribution of OpenVINO™ toolkit package. (Note that This installation option works on Linux systems only.) This require to install the package itself and build it using image in your local machine and run the tool from here.
You can refer here: https://docs.openvinotoolkit.org/latest/_docs_Workbench_DG_Install_Workbench.html
2. You can find out Openvino workbench supported by Docker Hub here:
This contain libraries/images that you can use
3. Here are some compressed images that are provided:
The compressed image size would be in the range 1.9GB to 2GB and the expanded should be approximately 5GB or more.
Hope my answer Helps!
I'm closing the case since there are no reply within 5 working days and his thread had been over a year .
If there are any inquiries please help to create a new thread.
Thanks & have a great day ahead.