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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

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

These are the last lines of the Dockerfile:

Posted one year ago

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

Posted one year ago

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

Posted one year ago

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

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