How to Install Keras in openSUSE Tumbleweed GNU/Linux

May 11, 2019 | By the+gnu+linux+evangelist | Filed in: Tutorial.

Setting Up

  1. 2. Installing PIP

    How to Install Python PIP in openSUSE GNU/Linux

    PIP openSUSE Installation Guide
  2. 3. Installing Keras

    Then to Install Keras on openSUSE.

    Keras is a component of the TensorFlow suite and so it’s installed toghether with it…
    So now for TensorFlow Stable Release CPU-only execute:

    pip3 install --user tensorflow

    But for a Python 2 Setup Change pip3 in pip…
    For Nightly build CPU-only (unstable):

    pip3 install --user tf-nightly

    GPU package for CUDA-enabled GPU cards:

    pip3 install --user tensorflow-gpu

    Nightly build with GPU support (unstable):

    pip3 install --user tf-nightly-gpu

    Finally, if instead you want to Install Only Keras:

    pip3 install --user keras
  3. 4. cuDNN Installation

    (Recommended if you plan on running Keras on GPU)
    How to Install cuDNN in openSUSE

    NVIDIA cuDNN Installation Guide
  4. 5. HDF5 & h5py Installation

    (Required if you plan on Saving Keras models to disk)
    To Setup HDF5.

    sudo zypper in hdf5

    The for h5py do:

    pip3 install --user h5py
  5. 6. graphviz & pydot Installation

    (Used by visualization utilities to plot model graphs)

    sudo zypper in graphviz

    Finally, for pydot:

    pip3 install --user pydot


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