Let's install the Donkey software on your host PC. The only part where this differs between the three platforms, Mac OS X, Linux and Windows, is in the Miniconda software installation, so we'll get that out of the way first.
Go to a place where you want the stuff we'll be working on to be.
# e.g. on Linux or Mac cd ~ # e.g. on Windows cd c:\\Users\\yourUsername
Make a folder for your projects and
cd to it:
mkdir projects cd projects
Clone the Donkey repository using git:
git clone https://github.com/autorope/donkeycar cd donkeycar git checkout master
Create the Python Anaconda environment using the yml file from the repository:
# Windows conda env create -f install\envs\windows.yml # Mac conda env create -f install\envs\mac.yml # Linux/Ubuntu conda env create -f install\envs\ubuntu.yml # All three OS's conda activate donkey pip install -e .[pc]
Install the TensorFlow software requirements for Nvidia GPUs, which basically means:
Download and install NVIDIA drivers
Download and install the CUDA Toolkit
Then you can finally:
conda install tensorflow-gpu==1.13.1