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package install on CML

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Hi, 

 

I need to install an OS package (yum install ...) -- in order to install packages needed for a (CML) R session. 

How can I do it on CML ? 

apparently I cannot do it from the session terminal (on /home/cdsw) 

 

thanks

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Hello @grlzz 

 

Thanks for using Cloudera Community. In Summary, the Link shared by your Team [1] is the Way to ensure a Runtime has any Packages installed without the need to have the Packages installed upon CML Job/Model/Experiment Run. Please make a Note of [2] with respect to Limitations, yet from your Post, it appears your Team is already familiar with the same. 

 

We shall mark the Post as Solved. Thank You for your Participation with Cloudera Community.

 

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[1] https://docs.cloudera.com/machine-learning/cloud/runtimes/topics/ml-customized-runtimes.html

[2] https://docs.cloudera.com/machine-learning/cloud/runtimes/topics/ml-custom-runtime-limitations.html

 

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@grlzz Please take a look of below doc:

https://docs.cloudera.com/cdsw/1.9.0/install-package-libraries/topics/cdsw-install-pkg-lib.html


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thanks  @GangWar

 

in our case I think we have to go with 

https://docs.cloudera.com/machine-learning/cloud/runtimes/topics/ml-customized-runtimes.html

 

as we have to install cmake  (via yum install) 

 

right?

 

Yes.

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Super Collaborator

Hello @grlzz 

 

Thanks for using Cloudera Community. In Summary, the Link shared by your Team [1] is the Way to ensure a Runtime has any Packages installed without the need to have the Packages installed upon CML Job/Model/Experiment Run. Please make a Note of [2] with respect to Limitations, yet from your Post, it appears your Team is already familiar with the same. 

 

We shall mark the Post as Solved. Thank You for your Participation with Cloudera Community.

 

Regards, Smarak

 

[1] https://docs.cloudera.com/machine-learning/cloud/runtimes/topics/ml-customized-runtimes.html

[2] https://docs.cloudera.com/machine-learning/cloud/runtimes/topics/ml-custom-runtime-limitations.html

 

Contributor

hi @smdas

 

Thanks 

 

I could not test it test, as our CML workspace had some issues (it crashed upon upgrade -- CE support is on it) -- we will try with a new one

 

thanks

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