Running MaTEx TensorFlow on Older Kernels (before 3.0)

cabe1980 edited this page Apr 12, 2017 · 1 revision

If you are using an older system (before Linux Kernel 3.0), TensorFlow 1.0 will not be supported in your system. We have provided a small workaround to do this and we created the setAlias.[csh|sh] scripts to help alleviate the transitions. This scripts are replicated across the GPU and CPU folders and its usage is the same for bothe distributions.

For bash shells

[py_distro] $ source ./setAlias.sh

For C Shells

[py_distro] $ source ./setAlias.csh

This script sets the FAKE_SYSTEM_LIBS variable to point to where the updated versions of the system libraries are (provided by this package too) and sets up an alias for a python enabled tensorflow (called pyflow) for interactive sessions. To run inside a script, please check the examples folders (py_scripts) to see how a single run would look like (it is not pretty but functional).

YOU MUST RUN setAlias.sh OR setAlias.csh TO RUN ON OLDER KERNELS

If you do not, you will get errors about libraries and binaries not found.