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OSX support #101

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bmaltais opened this Issue May 28, 2016 · 5 comments

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bmaltais commented May 28, 2016

How about support for OSX? Will it eventually be possible?

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Last time I checked, xhyve (the hypervisor Docker relies on) doesn't support PCI passthrough. So unless this changes, unfortunately no it's not possible.

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3XX0 commented May 31, 2016

Last time I checked, xhyve (the hypervisor Docker relies on) doesn't support PCI passthrough. So unless this changes, unfortunately no it's not possible.

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flaviostutz Feb 6, 2017

Guys, now Docker runs natively on MacOS. Is it possible for nvidia-docker to work now on MacOS? Thanks

flaviostutz commented Feb 6, 2017

Guys, now Docker runs natively on MacOS. Is it possible for nvidia-docker to work now on MacOS? Thanks

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rangerscience Feb 11, 2017

Heyo - I have an AWS instance set up with Docker, via docker-machine. I can configure my terminal to connect to the AWS docker (eval $(docker-machine env aws1), and then connect to it with regular docker (docker ps), but not with nvidia-docker... since nvidia-docker can't be installed on Mac.

Is there a way to provide support for this use-case?

rangerscience commented Feb 11, 2017

Heyo - I have an AWS instance set up with Docker, via docker-machine. I can configure my terminal to connect to the AWS docker (eval $(docker-machine env aws1), and then connect to it with regular docker (docker ps), but not with nvidia-docker... since nvidia-docker can't be installed on Mac.

Is there a way to provide support for this use-case?

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achaiah Apr 17, 2017

@3XX0 Has anything changed in a year? Nvidia 10xx drivers are out for Mac (finally!) so I'm hoping we can also use nivida-docker in the near future.

achaiah commented Apr 17, 2017

@3XX0 Has anything changed in a year? Nvidia 10xx drivers are out for Mac (finally!) so I'm hoping we can also use nivida-docker in the near future.

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