Anaconda updated their ToS and EULA in June 2022, requiring Commercial use of Anaconda to need commercial license. Some Nvidia Dockers use Anaconda, such as
nvcr.io/nvidia/pytorch:20.03-py3 uses Anaconda.
I have two questions:
nvcr.io/nvidia/pytorch:20.03-py3use Conda (open-source) or Miniconda (related to Anaconda) ?
nvcr.io/nvidia/pytorch:20.03-py3uses Miniconda (related to Anaconda), then do I need a Anaconda commercial license to be able to use
This is a reposted question from Anaconda requires commercial license inside Nvidia Docker? · Issue #1685 · NVIDIA/nvidia-docker · GitHub