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linux:tensorflow [2019/01/10 14:31]
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linux:tensorflow [2019/01/25 10:09]
jansen [Method using a python virtualenv:]
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 here, mypython36 is the name you choose, which will become the directory name where it gets installed. here, mypython36 is the name you choose, which will become the directory name where it gets installed.
   source mypython36/​bin/​activate.csh   source mypython36/​bin/​activate.csh
-this is the command to activate the environment. This step needs to be done every time you want to use this special python ​environemnt.+or for bash:¬†
 +  source mypython36/​bin/​activate¬†
 +this is the command to activate the environment. This step needs to be done every time you want to use this special python ​environment.
 Inside the environment,​ '​python'​ refers to the chosen version 3.6, and the same is true for utilities like '​pip'​. So: Inside the environment,​ '​python'​ refers to the chosen version 3.6, and the same is true for utilities like '​pip'​. So:
   pip install tensorflow   pip install tensorflow
   pip install keras   pip install keras
 +  pip install jupyter
 will install these packages into the newly created environment. will install these packages into the newly created environment.
  
linux/tensorflow.txt · Last modified: 2019/01/25 10:09 by jansen