Docker image for the example agents exited without communicating the environment.
Here are what I did:
1. I tried building a Docker image file for my learner and ran it on a different Azure Cloud,
but it exited without communicating the environment;
2. I was sure that the Docker versions were the same, but just in case I ran the image
on the same machine as its creator, but again the same result;
3. I did the same thing using the example agents (linux-cpp and linux-python), but again
the same results;
4. I ran the built linux-cpp/agent/example-learner directly (not via the docker image),
then it successfully communicated with the environment.
When exiting, the Docker images dumped a long hexadecimal number.
When doing the above, I followed the process described in Section 1 and 2 of
"How-to for Linux-based solutions" of Submission_guide.pdf except that
I used Python 2.7, so I did not use install-py3.sh or run-remote.sh but instead I executed
sudo apt-get install python-pip
pip install -r src/requirements/py2.txt
python src/run.py src/tasks_config.challenge.json -l learners.base.RemoteLearner
the submission guide instructed to execute sudo run.sh, but obviously it causes an error,
so I executed
Has anyone successfully run an image?
I am at a loss because I cannot guess at which point a problem occurred.
Is it safe to upload my build of the Docker image for the example learner?