Installing TensorFlow on an Ubuntu Server
In this video, Sam Hawley will show you how to install TensorFlow on Ubuntu Server. TensorFlow is an open-source software library used for machine learning and to train deep neural networks. Google developed TensorFlow for both research and production use, but it is now released under the Apache license.
1:27 Check if Python & PIP Are Installed
1:53 A Note About Macs
2:09 Installing Python and PIP in Brew
2:56 Create the Virtual Python Environment
3:50 Activate the Virtual Environment
4:12 Upgrade PIP
4:28 Install TensorFlow
4:41 List Python Packages to Confirm
5:00 Verify the TensorFlow Installation
5:27 A Note about the Command Used to Verify TensorFlow
6:13 Deactivate the Virtual Environment
6:23 How to Return to the Virtual Environment
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