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Please See Screenshot Of Clearml-Agent Readme From The Github Page. In This Section, It Is Detailed That Clearml-Agent Picks Up Pytorch Version Automatically Based On The Cuda Version. I Would Like To Bypass This Behavior Because My Code Has A Need For A

Please see screenshot of clearml-agent readme from the github page. In this section, it is detailed that clearml-agent picks up PyTorch version automatically based on the Cuda version. I would like to bypass this behavior because my code has a need for a specific version of PyTorch. Would someone be able to guide me on how to do so?

  
  
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you can try to update the clearml.conf it has agent.cuda_version

  
  
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I would like to bypass this behavior because my code has a need for a specific version of PyTorch.

DilapidatedCow43 you will get exactly the pytorch version you need, but complied to the CUDA version that is installed (pytorch people actually maintain multiple versions based on different cuda versions)

  
  
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