Category: Linux

  • Installing TensorFlow on Pop!_OS using Tensorman

    Installing TensorFlow on Pop!_OS using Tensorman

    Pop!_OS allows easy installation and management of Tensorflow using ‘tensorman’. Installing TensorFlow on Pop!_OS using Tensorman First, make sure you have all the updates installed: sudo apt update sudo apt full-upgrade Then, install the tensorman package: sudo apt install tensorman  In order to get Nvidia CUDA support, install the nvidia docker package: sudo apt install…

  • How to Install TensorFlow 2.0 on Anaconda (with CUDA support)

    TensorFlow 2.0 has been released for a few months now. This latest version comes with many new features and improvements, such as eager execution, multi-GPU support, tighter Keras integration, and new deployment options such as TensorFlow Serving. So, it’s time we all switched to TensorFlow 2.0. The Anaconda-native TensorFlow 2.0 packages are now available in…

  • Installing OpenCV from source on Anaconda Python on Ubuntu 16.10

    I recently switched to Linux for my Machine Learning experiments, and I did a post on How to install Keras and Anaconda Python on Ubuntu 16.10. Now, I wanted to install OpenCV on Ubuntu also. Since OpenCV does not have a pre-built package for Linux, it meant I had to compile OpenCV from source. OpenCV…

  • Setting up Keras and Anaconda Python on Ubuntu 16.10

    I’ve been using Anaconda Python for most of my Machine Learning experiments, mainly because of the flexibility it gives with the isolated Python environments. I recently did a post on how to install Keras on Anaconda on Windows. I’m planning to switch to Linux for few of my experiments, so I decided to try out…

  • Switching between TensorFlow and Theano on Keras

    Keras speeds up the task of building Neural Networks by providing high-level simplified functions to create and manipulate neural models. It itself does not provide the lower level neural and deep learning functions, but it’s rather meant to be run on an engine – which Keras refers to as a “backend” – which would provide…