I am trying to set up and run Stable Diffusion 2.1 on my Ubuntu. It has NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 Super graphics card (2560 CUDA Cores, 8192 MB total memory). The VRAM size is barely enough to run the Stable Diffusion, but I know it is possible.
I am being haunted by this just to keep returning to this
AssertionError: Torch not compiled with CUDA enabled error. I have been trying to uninstall, reinstall PyTorch in all kinds of ways, just to keep returning to the same error.
I have installed it in a conda environment. Running
What is the suggested way to completely remove PyTorch in order to start anew? I have tried this:
$ pip uninstall torch $ pip cache purge $ conda remove pytorch $ conda clean --all
Then I do
$ conda install pytorch==1.12.1 -c pytorch
When I execute that command, I get the
The following packages will be downloaded list, and I see there
pytorch-1.12.1 | cpu_py310he8d8e81_0 | 60.9 MB. That “cpu” there in the build name doesn’t look promising. On what basis conda has decided that it’s the right build to download and install? Is there a way I can force specific build?