Beginner: Using Colab or Kaggle ✅

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Anybody else seeing Kaggle notebook spin for 10 mins and counting just doing the pip install?

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I think you have internet disabled inside the notebook-could you please enable, restart the notebook and try again please?

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@jwuq this is uncommon. I would reload the page and rerun the notebook

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How do you enable internet inside the notebook?

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Thanks @init_27 - I have to phone verify my account to get GPU and internet. Hopefully that’ll sort it out

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  1. Please toggle the sidebar (its next to the “save version” button)
  2. Please enable internet here and also select GPU in the accelerator options for faster training speeds :smiley:
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Any tips :sweat_smile:

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Are you installing locally or is this from Kaggle?

On Kaggle in Chrome on Windows.

It should still run fine, I had the same warnings on kaggle and just ignored them.

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FYI, I’ve added this to the top of the notebook now so people will know about this issue in the future:

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I got the same error. I re-ran the cell and it ran fine. I think this can be ignored.

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Thanks!

If anyone is having trouble running pip install fastai in a Kaggle kernel, getting errors complaining about Temporary failure in name resolution (or a connectivity error), make sure your Internet is switched to on under Settings in the right-hand menu:

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If you don’t see the option for turning on Internet under Settings, it’s because the new account requires phone verification.

Hope that helps someone :+1:

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it is pre-installed in kaggle…

Someone sent me a question about how to deal with this error when running a notebook in Kaggle:

The answer is - don’t worry about it. It’s just a bunch of spurious warnings which you can ignore. You’ll find that the latest version of fastai has gotten installed successfully, despite pip’s big red “ERROR”!

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Hey guys, I was trying last week to run a notebook through Kaggle, but it seems as if I need to verify my account with a phone number (but it didn’t work for me, tried contacting Kaggle but haven’t heard back yet). Does this sound familiar to anyone?

Yeah this is a new thing they added, everyone needs to be verified on Kaggle to use some features like Internet connection in Kaggle Notebooks.

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Yes, Javi. This is normal if you want internet connectivity and GPU usage.

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