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Last pushed: 2 years ago
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Ubuntu 14.04 with CUDA drivers pre-installed
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  • Host must have nvida module and cuda libraries installed
  • Docker container must have the nvidia devices passed in via --device flag

For instructions on how to run this, see:

Docker on AWS GPU Ubuntu 14.04 / CUDA 6.5

Update: there is now an official NVIDIA dockerhub repo, so you should probably use that instead. Related forum thread.

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Comments (5)
2 years ago

I think there is an issue when setting the environment variable LIBRARY_PATH, as it should be named LD_LIBRARY_PATH. It should be set like this:

ENV LD_LIBRARY_PATH=$LD_LIBRARY_PATH:/usr/local/cuda-6.5/lib64

2 years ago

I am trying to create a similar Dockerfile for Centos 7...not too tough to translate the lines. I run into an issue on the following line

./ -extract=pwd/nvidia_installers && \

I get an error about /tmp not being large enough to install and the build exists.

2 years ago

I think you also want to apt-get install "module-init-tools":

ERROR: Unable to find the module utility insmod; please make sure you
have the package 'module-init-tools' or 'kmod' installed. If you do
have 'module-init-tools' or 'kmod' installed, then please check that
insmod is in your PATH.

2 years ago

Thanks @simlay! I just fixed it.

2 years ago

The link in the Information section seems to point to localhost:4000. I think you want: Docker on AWS GPU Ubuntu 14.04 / CUDA 6.5