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 cs501r_f2016:openlabtf [2016/09/20 15:13]wingated created cs501r_f2016:openlabtf [2016/09/20 15:14]wingated 2016/09/20 15:15 wingated 2016/09/20 15:14 wingated 2016/09/20 15:13 wingated created 2016/09/20 15:15 wingated 2016/09/20 15:14 wingated 2016/09/20 15:13 wingated created Last revision Both sides next revision Line 3: Line 3: First of all, you can always just use my anaconda installation,​ which already has Tensorflow 0.10 installed. It can be found at First of all, you can always just use my anaconda installation,​ which already has Tensorflow 0.10 installed. It can be found at - '/​users/​faculty/​wingated/​anaconda2'​ + ''/​users/​faculty/​wingated/​anaconda2'' - In order to use it, you should be able to add the following line to your '​~/​.bashrc':​ + In order to use it, you should be able to add the following line to your ''​~/​.bashrc'': - '​export PATH="/​users/​faculty/​wingated/​anaconda2/​bin:​$PATH"'​ + ''​export PATH="/​users/​faculty/​wingated/​anaconda2/​bin:​$PATH"​'' If for whatever reason you would like your own anaconda installation,​ here are the exact steps I took to install it: If for whatever reason you would like your own anaconda installation,​ here are the exact steps I took to install it: Line 23: Line 23: ​ - (When anaconda asks you if you want it to modify your '​.bashrc',​ I answered yes) + (When anaconda asks you if you want it to modify your ''​.bashrc'', I answered yes.  All it does is append that PATH modification line.) Note that this installs the CPU-only version. Note that this installs the CPU-only version. - Note that no '​sudo'​ commands are used -- that's because the '​pip'​ commands I used were the anaconda ones. + Note that no ''sudo'' commands are used -- that's because the ''pip'' commands I used were the anaconda ones. ---- ---- Line 33: Line 33: Fellow lab mate Darin Costello reports that the following worked for him: given a working anaconda install, he used Fellow lab mate Darin Costello reports that the following worked for him: given a working anaconda install, he used - 'conda install -c conda-forge tensorflow'​ + ''conda install -c conda-forge tensorflow''