Ok, so I am kind of frustrated here: I dont need paper space or any such things. I have a 64 GB bus speed motherboard, 16 core AMD Threadripper, 32 GB of 3600MHZ RAM, and a NVIDIA 1080 Ti, CUDA installed on CentOS for its multi-parallel compute capabilities. Where do I get the data from? Why isnt there documentation for running it all local?
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Hello all ! I had a question to ask!
Does the SSD architecture achieve translation in-variance? if it is Yes? How does it achieve in-variance over translation
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Not sure if this is right place to post this but I came across a Package Config issue while running
$ curl http://files.fast.ai/setup/paperspace | bash
A new version of /boot/grub/menu.lst is available, but the version │
│ installed currently has been locally modified
keep the local version currently installed is pre-highlighted but Return key or Shift+Return won’t get rid of it. Install progress seems hung up at 86%. Has anyone had such an experience?