Add CUDA 7.5 and 8.0 Dockerfiles
setting PYTHONPATH is the recommended way of installing mxnet.
~/mxnet is the recommended location
Use ~/mxnet as the workdir, set PYTHONPATH in dockerfile
Is this accessible by users if its in /root?
sure, 'root' is the default user in docker container. If we can use the command docker run or nvidia-docker run to start a container, then we are granting root privileges in the container.
what do people typically do for docker? /root or $HOME?
'/root' and $HOME are equal in docker container, since the default user is root, and the home dir of root is ‘/root’. so '/root/mxnet' is equal to '~/mxnet'.
I want to create an another PR to update the docker/README.md，since the content of the README.md is out-of-date. The pre-built docker images are used as the example in README.md and they also need to be updated. These images are hosted on the https://hub.docker.com/r/dmlc/mxnet/ , do you have the account information for login and I can push the docker images?
please push to your own account.
@mli Could you pull from his account and push to dmlc afterwards?
I have pushed the docker images here: https://hub.docker.com/r/pineking/mxnet/
so @mli can pull the images and then push them to dmlc or build himself from the Dockerfile directly.
But I think the best choice is to setup an automated build on hub.docker.com https://docs.docker.com/engine/tutorials/dockerrepos/#/automated-builds
please let me know if the docker images are updated, then I can update the docker/README.md