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Great start, a little more tweaking would be good

  • By Rado
  • on 12/06/2017

It's great to have free AMI with a usable install of CUDA.

However, the install of OpenCV 3.2 is disappointing. First, surely it's better to install the more recent 3.3.1, which fixes numerous bugs and gotchas. Also, the AWS install isn't compiled with CUDA support!

I removed the default install of OpenCV 3.2 and built my own from 3.3.1 including the CUDA features. Took ages, but seems to work.

  • By aws-bhavin
  • on 03/04/2019

OpenCV 3.3.0 is present in DLAMI v21.2 (both Amazon Linux and Ubuntu). [ec2-user ~]$ source activate mxnet_p36 (mxnet_p36) [ec2-user ~]$ python Python 3.6.5 |Anaconda custom (64-bit)| (default, Apr 29 2018, 16:14:56) [GCC 7.2.0] on linux Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information. >>> import mxnet >>> import cv2 >>> cv2.__version__ '3.3.0' >>> We will consider the request of enabling CUDA with OpenCV in a future release. Thanks for the feedback.