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    Mayukhdeb commented #391
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Sourabh Kondapaka
@diningPhilosopher64
@Mayukhdeb , looks like psycopg2 module is missing. Try installing it from inside the virtual env. Alternatively you can install docker and docker-compose and build the images.Most likely you wont be facing any issues with the latter approach.
Suryansh5545
@Suryansh5545
@Mayukhdeb please use this command
pip install psycopg2
This error is python related
May be your python modules are not properly installed
Alternatively you can also go with docker w
It's more easy than virtual env
Mayukh
@Mayukhdeb
@Suryansh5545 do I need a virtual env for the docker approach as well ?
Suryansh5545
@Suryansh5545
no
docker is a virtual env itself
you just need to enter one command
and all will be done
Kaustubh Maske Patil
@nikochiko
Yeah @Mayukhdeb installing using docker is waaaaay easier lol! :smiley:
Suryansh5545
@Suryansh5545
until you dont forgot to turn it off properly
if you do then you are in a bad situation LOL
Mayukh
@Mayukhdeb
I wanted to work on this Cloud-CV/Fabrik#391, how do I replicate this on my machine ? Need help
Mayukh
@Mayukhdeb
how do I launch fabrik if its installed using docker ?
Suryansh5545
@Suryansh5545
you can launch it with virtualenv if you dont want to launch with docker
docker doesn't effect the main files of the program so you can also use virtualenv
Kaustubh Maske Patil
@nikochiko
@Mayukhdeb According to these instructions, you need to run the command docker-compose up --build and then Fabrik will be at http://0.0.0.0:8000
@Suryansh5545 I think @Mayukhdeb has already installed Fabrik with docker!?
Suryansh5545
@Suryansh5545
i know it
he want to know that if there is a different method other than docker probably
he can use both virtualenv or docker
as the main file are not effected
Mayukh
@Mayukhdeb
do i have to do the docker compose everytime I have to launch it ?
Suryansh5545
@Suryansh5545
@Mayukhdeb you can also use docker-compose up
it wouldn't build it then
if it is already build
so it will just start up the container
when you use --build it rebuild your modules which take data and alse quite a lot of time
so you can go away with using docker-compose up
it will be much better
Mayukh
@Mayukhdeb
yes, that's what I wanted to know, thanks @Suryansh5545
Mayukh
@Mayukhdeb
I think the README.md is missing a vital fourth step in the docker installation instructions which would tell us how to launch it after installing. People with little experience using docker containers would find it very helpful if we add the fourth step. Worth raising an issue ?
Suryansh5545
@Suryansh5545
like what steps can you explain?
the only step reuqire is to use docker-compose up
Mayukh
@Mayukhdeb
the docker installation instructions don't include how to launch it after closing the terminal later on

@Suryansh5545

the only step reuqire is to use docker-compose up

this should be the fourth step

Suryansh5545
@Suryansh5545
so what step you propose to add?
after closing terminal you
only need to go to that folder again
to use docker-compose up
Mayukh
@Mayukhdeb
fourth step can be like "to launch fabrik ->" cd Fabrik and then docker-compose up
would help people who have little experience with docker
Suryansh5545
@Suryansh5545
It has nothing to do with docker . the 3rd step clearly states what the use of docker-compose up is and cd Fabrik already in first step
But still if you think it will be good then open a issue
Mayukh
@Mayukhdeb
@Suryansh5545 okay thanks for the feedback
Pranjal Datta
@pranjaldatta
Hi! I have been exploring the Fabrik repository for a while now. I was wondering if i could help by adding newer models to the repository. I was wondering if I could work on adding Inception-Resnet-v2 to the model zoo? I would be glad if anyone could help
Ram Ramrakhya
@Ram81
@pranjaldatta please check the existing model zoo to check if it exists or not and if it is not present please go ahead
Pranjal Datta
@pranjaldatta
@Ram81 I checked and it isn't. I will be going ahead with it, Thanks for the help!