At the end yes.
Only problem which I had and I guess I wouldn’t have been able to solve it blindly debugging if it was not for @ashivani is that a pip package (opencv-python==18.104.22.168) seems to have some problem with aicrowd servers (and not in my machine) and you need to include a file apt.txt with the following contents:
You can find why you need this file @ https://discourse.aicrowd.com/t/how-to-specify-runtime-environment-for-your-submission/2274
You can find why you need these lines @ https://stackoverflow.com/questions/53359649/from-cv2-import-importerror-libgthread-2-0-so-0-cannot-open-shared-object-f?noredirect=1
another “minimal” debugging guideline is in which stage you get your error?
Does your image build successfully? (For me it’s always been like that but if not then probably there’s some shit going on with your environment files - the ones listed on the first link)
Does it fail immediately after evaluation started? If so, it’s likely an issue with your code, or your imports.
Does it FAIL after a while has past since evaluation started? If so, it’s likely you have some problem with reading corrupted images.
Does it ABORT after a while has past since evaluation started? If so, it’s likely it’s taking too long, remember to use GPU.
Again, I don’t have any privileged knowledge of how aicrowd internally works, so it would be nice for an admin to add more information to the subject, but I suspect those are the most usual stones people meet along the path.
Sorry for the late reply, I wasn’t home and I wanted to post a proper reply with all the details, although I don’t know for sure whether those are your problems I hope it can help anyone in the future.
If I can help you with anything else let me know, I believe submitting is truly something that should be made easier.