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The official installation instructions explain the recommended steps for installing on the official platforms of Ubuntu 14.04 and 12.04 and OS X 10.10, 10.9, and 10.8.
These unofficial instructions collect tips and guides but without any guarantees. Please add any missing details and correct any mistakes.
- Ubuntu 14.04/Cuda 7 for EC2: AMI and installation script that works on EC2 g2.2xlarge and g2.8xlarge instances.
- Ubuntu 14.04 VirtualBox VM: virtual machine installation with CUDA 6.5 and system Python.
- Ubuntu 14.04 ec2 instance: ec2 installation with CUDA 6.5 and video walkthrough plus a vagrant VM. (Needs update for latest Caffe).
- Docker image (GPU only): a Docker image for GPU mode, including Python dependencies. For detailed instructions, see Running Caffe on AWS GPU Instance via Docker
- Docker image (CPU only): Same as above, but CPU only.
- Alt. CPU Docker image: Weekly builds of Caffe (CPU-only).
- Alt. GPU Docker image: Weekly builds of Caffe (CUDA 6.5, 7.0 and 7.5 versions available). See source project for details.
- Super computing cluster without root access (GPU+CPU): Cuda 6.5, cuDNN V1, Python 2.7.x
See the official instructions.
The official windows port can be accessed from Microsoft/caffe, which is supported by Microsoft.
There is an unofficial Windows port of Caffe at niuzhiheng/caffe:windows. Thanks @niuzhiheng!
Another unofficial Windows port of Caffe at redknightlois/caffe. This port is based on work done by @initialneal. Binary packages to compile available at: https://initialneil.wordpress.com/2015/01/11/build-caffe-in-windows-with-visual-studio-2013-cuda-6-5-opencv-2-4-9/
Yet another unofficial Windows port can be found at willyd/caffe. Unlike the previous ports this one builds on top of the CMake build. A super-build project that downloads and builds all Caffe dependencies is also available at willyd/caffe-builder.