Can I use CUDA acceleration in windows server docker bace image or windows docker bace image? If yes, how can I use it?
Firstly you'll need to implement GPU Acceleration you can refer to
For more information you can go through
You may need to follow-up the documentation by NVidia saying "WSL User Guide"
WSL or Windows Subsystem for Linux is a Windows feature that enables users to run native Linux applications, containers and command-line tools directly on Windows 11 and later OS builds. CUDA support in this user guide is specifically for WSL 2, which is the second generation of WSL that offers the following benefits
Linux applications can run as is in WSL 2. WSL 2 is characteristically a VM with a Linux WSL Kernel in it that provides full compatibility with mainstream Linux kernel allowing support for native Linux applications including popular Linux distros.
Faster file system support and that’s more performant.
WSL 2 is tightly integrated with the Microsoft Windows operating system, which allows it to run Linux applications alongside and even interop with other Windows desktop and modern store apps.
For the rest of this user guide, WSL and WSL 2 may be used interchangeably.
Typically, developers working across both Linux and Windows environments have a very disruptive workflow. They either have to:
Use different systems for Linux and Windows, or
Dual Boot i.e. install Linux and Windows in separate partitions on the same or different hard disks on the system and boot to the OS of choice.
NVIDIA driver support for WSL 2 includes not only CUDA but also DirectX and Direct ML support. For some helpful examples, see https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/win32/direct3d12/gpu-tensorflow-wsl
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