I have DeepStack running on a LUBUNTU vm (under hypervisor) and it works fine. I wanted to use the GPU version with a spare 1080 I have so I built out a new LUBUNTU install (tried plain UBUNTU First with same results) on a bare metal HP Z800 workstation. Every time I can connect to the landing page and see the DeepStack is activated message (curious as to how its active since I have not registered on this machine at all) , but I can not use any of the endpoints. Any calls to an end point just timeout, and I do not see anything in the Docker logs at all. I have disabled the firewall, and I have tried with both the CPU and GPU versions of the image. I have rebuilt the OS a couple of times with the same results. I have tried with just the VISION-DETECTION end point, as well as the VISION-DETECTION and VISION-FACE endpoints (as I was using both of these on the vm installation)
The machine has 2 nics, I don’t know if that could be causing any issues. I am pretty green when it comes to Docker and Linux in general so I am at the extent of my troubleshooting ability without some direction. Any help is greatly appreciated.
I was able to use the -noavx version, so I tried the gpu-noavx version which apparently requires a paid key. Ok - I PAID for a 3 month key and it also doesnt work. I get nothing -just times out when trying to use it.
So the standard deepquestai/deepstack container doesnt work. The deepquestai/deepstack:gpu doesnt work , the deepquestai/deepstack:noavx DOES work but the deepquestai/deepstack:gpu-noavx (paid) does not work. This is running on an older xeon machine.