To run the The Celantur container with a simple command-line interface to anonymize images.
- CPU: recommended 8 cores
- Memory: recommended 32 GiB RAM
- NVIDIA GPU: minimum 4GiB RAM, with compute capability >= 3.7
- Linux, e.g. Ubuntu 18.04+, with Windows Subsystem for Linux support.
- Docker version 19.03 or later.
- NVIDIA driver
- NVIDIA Docker runtime
You will be provided a license file which is required to run the Celantur container. To personalize your license, you need to provide us your GPU UUID. This is the unique identifier of your GPU.
How do I find my GPU UUID
On Linux with NVIDIA driver installed, run in terminal:
On Windows (via Windows Subsystem for Linux), run in PowerShell:
Is Microsoft Windows supported?
Yes, Celantur on-premise runs on Windows 11. However, CUDA / GPU support on Windows is currently in an experimental stage.
Alternative, you can install Ubuntu on a separate partition:
You can install Windows and Ubuntu on the same machine.