Jump to navigation. If you don't have conda package manager, download and install Anaconda. Follow one of the installation procedures to get Intel-optimized TensorFlow. For TensorFlow versions 1. Python versions supported are 3. Note than for 1. Starting version 1. Below is a sample command to download the docker image locally and launch the container for TensorFlow 1. The running JupyterLab instance can be accessed at localhost For example, to run the data science container directly, simply.
For those who want to navigate through the browser, follow the link. Building TensorFlow from source is not recommended. However, if instructions provided above do not work due to unsupported ISA, you can always build from source. If you want to build on older CPUs, set the instruction flags accordingly.
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ERROR: intel-tensorflow has an invalid wheel, multiple. The same error happened for 1. Seems that it is not, as I still get this warning when running tensorflow:. OMP: Warning Cannot form a team with 4 threads, using 2 instead. This guide is useful, but can sepcific instructions to build using Intel Compilers in windows.
I have installed the version 1. Probably there is a memory leaks in the Intel version of Tensorflow. Please check. Sorry for the inconvenient. What on earth could be the reason for that??? Share Tweet Share Send.
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Download Ubuntu Code Diagnosis Pattern 3 blinks 3 beeps Memory error On-off 1. The pattern repeats until the computer is powered off.I had previously done a whole fresh install and installed the latest Raspbian stretch on it and reinstalled from scratch the other software but it just does not seem to be able to cope with applications just not responding and locking up.
As an alternative, a lot of people seem to like the Intel single board computer called a NUC. Being a bare-bones kit meant I needed to also buy RAM and a hard drive.
All up, this cost around 3 times the cost of a RPi3B however something of a difference in performance! Having purchased the hardware it was then time to consider first of all the operating system I was going to run on it. It seemed an obvious and common choice for running this kind of system is to install some variation of Linux.
Looking at the Intel NUC site, they seem to have guides to install Ubuntu and many people running home assistant seem to use this as well and I had almost decided that was the way to go when in a chat with a couple of users, they recommended that I use Debian.
Debian for Stability, Ubuntu for features and the bleeding edge was their feeling. Raspbian is a customised version of Debian specific to the Raspberry Pi which to me was also an attraction.
There are a couple of things you will need to do regardless of which operating system you decide to install. In this guide I am going to assume you are installing Debian as I did.
Navigate to the downloading debian web page here where in addition to downloading the actual software there is also a downloadable installation guide linked about half way down the page. If you select the stable release link, you will see the installation guide there as well as the CD and DVD downloads.
At the time of writing, the current stable release was Stretch version 9. I had a couple of issues which I will explain later however, I believe you can just copy the. Just be aware that is an option if you have any problems booting from the ISO file. This post assumes you are setting up a new Debian system, not installing on hardware running some other operating system. My NUC is sitting in my comms cabinet and apart from the initial setup has never had a monitor, keyboard or mouse attached.
All being well, you should now be able to plug the USB stick in a port and power-up the NUC and it will boot into a graphical menu. There can be some advantages in using the graphical setup language selection being one. As part of the installation you will be asked some questions… locale, keyboard etc. THe Country and Location are important as they will determine the timezone of the system. The installer will also ask which mirror you want to use for downloading packages and updates.I am Running Hass.
To run Hass. On the contrary to what some might say or think, this is not overly complicated and it's not layering OS's and VM's on top of each other.
Then every add-on I install gets it's own docker container. That's really almost all there is to it. When Hass. It seemed very boxed in. When I decided to move my setup from a Raspberry Pi 3 to a Nuc it had come a long way though, already. I didn't need to use the HassOS then ResinOS image, but could install manually, thus keeping the option of having other things, totally non-related to Hass or even smart homes, on the same machine. Now there's a lot of add-ons for all sorts of stuff, but if I find something I want that's not available as an add-on I can just install it in Docker the "regular way" and get it going in minutes.
At the same time as I get all the good stuff with Hass.
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I have yet to find something I can't do with this setup that I could with another. The moce to a Nuc also saves me a lot of headache with SD cards that suddenly stop working due to an electrical outage and - oh - the time I save with restarts! My configuration is broken down into packagessort of mini configuration-files. This makes it easy to see everything pertaining to a specific implementation. I am just now in the process of restructuring my config, but most things still reside in the packages folder.
Table of contents Hass. Pros and cons Organizing the configuration Great links Comments. Pros and cons Okey, I haven't really found any real cons yet to this setup, so this'll mostly be pros. Organizing the configuration My configuration is broken down into packagessort of mini configuration-files.
Packages While using packages you can no longer reload your config with the buttons in the ui.I have been running Home Assistant for my home automation needs since December ofwhich is when I started my home automation journey. Home Assistant is a python based program for smart home automation with integration for over components.
We have previously reviewed the list of best home automation controllers but none of those come close to the flexibility of Home Assistant. Unfortunately, the flexibility also means a steep learning curve for beginners.
There are many ways to install Home Assistant. I started out with HASS. I decided to write this guide for people that are in my situation. They both offer local home automation rather than relying on cloud services. While this might not sound like much to some, imagine having to maintain separate apps or docker containers for all of your home automation needs eg.
Having literally spent s of hours on my Docker Media Server with Traefik Reverse ProxyI can tell you that over time this can take a lot of effort. In addition, A fully qualified domain name with SSL is needed for voice assistants eg. Google Assistant to work with home assistant. Home Assistant has a tendency to break things during updates because it is evolving rapidly. If you don't like that, there is an addon for you on HASS. It checks if the new version is compatible with your current setup.
You can then decide to upgrade or put it off for later depending on your situation. I am good to update from Home Assistant 0. To be clear, the limitation is not in home assistant itself but the level of management or direct tinkering that HASS. But do you want or have the time to do this? In my experience, the majority of users will appreciate the simplified management of all home automation apps using HASS.
It will save you a ton of time and you can focus on home automation rather than maintaining your home automation system. I manage both, HASS. Still undecided? Checkout this Reddit thread to see what some of the users think. If you are convinced, then let's move on to see how to install HASS.
There are several ways to install HASS. But as I said before, pretty soon you will realize that Raspberry Pi is underpowered if your setup grows. A little bit of commandline work is required.
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First, install community edition of Dockeras described in my Docker Media Server guide. Once that is done, install other pre-requisite packages using the following command. This is the simple part, home assistant contributors have written a script to simplify HASS. While almost any hardware is supported, some hardware eg. Intel NUC, Odroid, etc. So determine your supported hardware type from the script's GitHub page.
Upon successful execution of the HASS. After giving a few minutes for Home Assistant to start first time can be slowvisit the following URL:. You should reach Home Assistant's account creation page shown below.
You are now good to proceed with configuring, automating things, and driving people in your home nuts when something stops working.Intel NUC 10 Mini PC Review
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To save you a little trouble, here are the possible options. You can get the official image from here and proceed as per the installation article, i. Even the articles say getting a virtual environment.
This is the way to go and is described in this guide. There are other options as well but we will stick to the most talked about.
Nothing complicated here. Open Terminal on your system and execute the commands in series as they are mentioned. These will basically add docker repository on your machine and finally install Docker. For more information, go here to know what each of these commands does.
By now, you should have a working Docker system ready on your machine. The first thing that we are going to do is installing Portainer via a Docker container. This will allow us to work with our local containers. The first time you log-in, it will ask you to create your user account, please go ahead and do that and after successful login, it will showcase a screen to choose which docker environment you want to choose, select Local from that list and you should finally see a screen like below.
We are going to take the official path of the installation here and use the following docker command. Also, it is not mandatory to use this folder. It is going to download the docker image for you, this might take some time depending on your internet connection. From here on, things are pretty simple because you have already done this before. Just create a new user, login to HA and your Home Assistant is now working. Note: This is not a hass. If you were previously using any add-ons, those will have to be installed in separate docker containers.
The most common requirement is to have an MQTT broker installed.