Not sure if this is right place to ask. When I try to install pytorch using conda on a HPC machine, it tries to install version 1.12. The command I use is:
conda install -c pytorch pytorch
The following NEW packages will be INSTALLED:
ca-certificates: 2017.11.5-0 conda-forge
certifi: 2017.11.5-py36_0 conda-forge
cffi: 1.11.2-py36_0 conda-forge
libffi: 3.2.1-3 conda-forge
ncurses: 5.9-10 conda-forge
openssl: 1.0.2n-0 conda-forge
pip: 9.0.1-py36_1 conda-forge
pycparser: 2.18-py36_0 conda-forge
python: 3.6.4-0 conda-forge
readline: 7.0-0 conda-forge
setuptools: 38.4.0-py36_0 conda-forge
sqlite: 3.20.1-2 conda-forge
tk: 8.6.7-0 conda-forge
wheel: 0.30.0-py36_2 conda-forge
xz: 5.2.3-0 conda-forge
zlib: 1.2.11-0 conda-forge
This question has already been asked in another post…
The problem is an outdated conda package.
Thanks for the reply. I saw that post and did do a conda update before running the install command. The problem exists still. My current conda version is: conda: 4.4.7-py27_0
I am not sure what the latest version is.
For those that come up with this problem here are the two steps I used to solve it.
- Make sure that your conda is updated to the latest version
In my case this was already done, but just make sure it is in your case.
- temporarily move your ~/.condarc file if you have one.
For me I just removed it, it turns out that I had a bunch of repos listed there, that I believe messed with the priority search path for packages. Not sure what the priority is when you provide the “-c” flag to an install command and you have repos listed in your condarc file. I suspect the file takes precedence.
After the above, I now have a pytorch 0.3 cuda installation