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Support for the VSE Syzygy instance.
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syzygy

Support for the VSE Syzygy instance.

Usage

Command Description
docker build -t syzygy:latest . Build image from Dockerfile and call it syzygy:latest. (Use the docker build --no-cache form for a clean build.)
docker run -it -p 8888:8888 -e JUPYTER_LAB_ENABLE=yes syzygy:latest Run Docker image.
docker run -i -t syzygy:latest /bin/bash Run as terminal.
./pull-toml.sh Download latest TOML from quantecon/lecture-source-jl.
./buildrun.sh Do (1) and (2).

Troubleshooting

Permission denied for bash script

Try chmod +x foo.sh, which will add execute permissions. May need to sudo chmod +x.

Bind for 0.0.0.0:8888 failed: port is already allocated.

Try restarting docker.

macOS command line utilities behave differently than the Linux.

This is because macOS comes with the FreeBSD version of these utilities, whereas Linux comes with GNU. If this breaks something, try using the GNU core utilities.

Invalid instruction...

Try a different computer. (This looks like some OpenBLAS issue, but I'm not sure how to fix it. A good approach might be building the library on your machine from source.)

Lots of red while building Dockerfile.

Compat.jl doesn't support precompilation, which is why things that depend on it might not be able to precompile. This is expected behavior and doesn't break anything.