Im a major newbie when it comes to linux, so im hoping this problem is relatively simple.
Appologies if ive posted to the wrong section, im not quite sure if this is the right place but tbh i wasnt sure where the right section would be...
Im currently trying to install a deep learning package called Caffe (http://caffe.berkeleyvision.org/inst...#prerequisites
) on my university's linux server (it is for a project in one of my classes, have my lecturers full knowledge and consent to do so)
Unfortunately caffe has quite a few dependencies and even worse i do not have root access so i cannot install them properly
Ive been told i have to find a way to install to local directories under my account but am not entirely sure how to go about this (spent alot of time googling with no luck)
Most of the prerequisites i need are on RPM (redhats package manager), so essentially i just need to know how to use RPM without root,
what command do i need to do this? using the website RPMFind i was able to locate some of the packages i need to install ( one of which can be found here http://www.rpmfind.net//linux/RPM/fe....fc23.src.html
using info from this site, how would i go about using RPM, or is there a way to search RPM through the commandline?
the university is running redhat enterprise 6.6, if that makes a difference