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I Have A Repository Which Uses Git Lfs And Would Like To Run A Task Through Docker-Based Agent. Despite Installing Git-Lfs In The Docker Image, I Get The Following Error:

I have a repository which uses Git LFS and would like to run a task through Docker-based agent. Despite installing git-lfs in the docker image, I get the following error:

OSError: You seem to have cloned a repository without having git-lfs installed. Please install git-lfs and run `git lfs install` followed by `git lfs pull` in the folder you cloned.
Posted one year ago
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Hi @<1523701122311655424:profile|VexedElephant56> , is it a custom image? Can you go exec into the docker to verify that it is indeed installed?

Posted one year ago

@<1523701122311655424:profile|VexedElephant56> I don't think the agent uses the git lfs command

Posted one year ago

Well, I think the only way otherwise is adding the support for git-lfs in the agent

Posted one year ago

Any idea how to handle that apart from not using Git LFS?

Posted one year ago

Yep, custom image, extension of the nvidia/cuda:12.0.0-base-ubuntu22.04 image.

These are the last lines of the Dockerfile:

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