Error following ML tutorial


I am following this tutorial:—-running-your-first-style-transfer-experiment

I am having the same problem as posted in the comments.

Originally, the images from this snippet pasted into Jupyter:

content_image = Image(‘{}/images/content/venice-boat.jpg’.format(workingdir)) style_image = Image(‘{}/images/21styles/starry_night.jpg’.format(workingdir)) display(content_image) display(style_image)

were not showing also, but I finally realised this was becasue the Jupyter notebook was created by user science, so home was different to root home, so I setup again in science home and I get the images etc working.

However, when it comes to the point of trying the first style transfer, I get the rror posted in the comments. Here is is:

CalledProcessError Traceback (most recent call last) in () 3 4 # run the command ----> 5 x = subprocess.check_output(cmd, universal_newlines=True)

/usr/lib/python3.5/ in check_output(timeout, *popenargs, **kwargs) 624 625 return run(*popenargs, stdout=PIPE, timeout=timeout, check=True, –> 626 **kwargs).stdout 627 628

/usr/lib/python3.5/ in run(input, timeout, check, *popenargs, **kwargs) 706 if check and retcode: 707 raise CalledProcessError(retcode, process.args, –> 708 output=stdout, stderr=stderr) 709 return CompletedProcess(process.args, retcode, stdout, stderr) 710

CalledProcessError: Command ‘[‘python3’, ‘/home/science/style_transfer/PyTorch-Style-Transfer/experiments/’, ‘eval’, ‘–content-image’, ‘/home/science/style_transfer/PyTorch-Style-Transfer/experiments/images/content/venice-boat.jpg’, ‘–style-image’, ‘/home/science/style_transfer/PyTorch-Style-Transfer/experiments/images/21styles/starry_night.jpg’, ‘–model’, ‘/home/science/style_transfer/PyTorch-Style-Transfer/experiments/models/21styles.model’, ‘–output-image’, ‘/home/science/style_transfer/PyTorch-Style-Transfer/experiments/test.jpg’, ‘–cuda=0’]’ returned non-zero exit status 1

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I’m not sure if you got this solved but I had the same issue and got it working by upgrading PyTorch to the latest version.

pip3 install pip3 install torchvision

It seemed to resolve the “AttributeError: module ‘torch.nn’ has no attribute ‘Upsample’” error

You can see what version you’re running with:

import torch print(torch.version)

I hope that helps!

OK, so I changed the cvall to use python3 not python, and I get the following error instead:

Traceback (most recent call last): File “”, line 287, in <module> main() File “”, line 44, in main evaluate(args) File “”, line 242, in evaluate style_model = Net(ngf=args.ngf) File “/root/style_transfer/PyTorch-Style-Transfer/experiments/”, line 284, in init model += [upblock(ngf*expansion, 32, 2, norm_layer), File “/root/style_transfer/PyTorch-Style-Transfer/experiments/”, line 127, in init kernel_size=1, stride=1, upsample=stride) File “/root/style_transfer/PyTorch-Style-Transfer/experiments/”, line 167, in init self.upsample_layer = torch.nn.Upsample(scale_factor=upsample) AttributeError: module ‘torch.nn’ has no attribute ‘Upsample’