I followed the instructions as outlined here:
and when starting the Docker with this:
GPU=1 bash ./dlc-docker run -d -p 2351:8888 -e USER_HOME=$HOME/DeepLabCut --name containername dlc_username/dlcdocker
I set the GPU to 0, per the info by nvidia-smi.
I agree about the Quadro K600, unfortunately. You recommend at least 8GB in your notes, and the Quadro only has 1GB, so yeah… We are trying to incorporate DLC in my lab now (with me being the one learning it), but first wanted to get acquainted with the program and see if the Quadro could handle it before jumping the gun and getting a better GPU. My thinking right now is that I will definitely get an upgrade
Ah, ok… So, if I follow your youtube-tutorial closely, then I should terminate all processes except /usr/bin/python3, correct (with the kill -9 or kill -15 command to target a specific process, from what I’ve read other places)? I am running the program with two displays, where one display is used for the terminals (one for general use, one for running the DLC and one for the nvidia-smi) and the other is used mainly for reading up on everything regarding this process. Does that mean that I can’t have the Firefox-browser up and running while running DLC? Just asking due to the /usr/lib/firefox/firefox process in the screenshot.