I am trying to install swift in linux and its been a pain, do you guys know an easy workaround? If not I’ll post on how i managed to solve the issues that i have/will come across. Also trying to get it work on jupyter-notebook without tensorflow.
PS: Ubuntu 16.04, just wanna get familiar with swift!
i am trying to build swift for tensorflow on ubuntu 16.04 using virtual box this is a complex build process. Ready builds are for 18.04 10.3.* OS X. If Jeremy is using this for 2 lessons or perhaps it’s 1 but spreads over 2.
I would imagine there will be something in place to enable use to work on the notebooks or what ever.
If I build this image perhaps it could get uploaded somewhere but there would be no guarantees with it. Cheers
I found the link to the linux 16.04 swift-tensorflow download
You can use Swift for Tensorflow in Google’s Colab, as mentioned here. Google has provided a blank Colab notebook with a S4TF kernel. It is convenient, and if I recall, Colab just upgraded the GPUs available.
I moved from 16.04 to 18.04. I have found this a much better platform to work on. I am able to take advantage of most of the latest Nvidia products and have the drivers etc updated by the inbuilt upgrade system.