Installing NuPIC on Ubuntu 32bit
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Nupic doesn't officially support 32 bit installation. However, with some extra steps, it can currently be built on 32bit. Although all the tests may not run.
These guidelines were taken from a recent discussion on the mailing list.
Be warned that these may go out out of date at any point. Think of them as notes on what worked for others, not as definitive instructions.
Follow the other instructions
First step would be to follow the first two sections of the main instructions for installing nupic on Ubuntu.
Make sure that GCC is version 4.7 or greater and you have installed swig
In the other instructions nupic was built on its own, and during that process nupic.core is also downloaded and built. However here these are build separately. More information about the relationship between the two can be found here: https://github.com/numenta/nupic/wiki/NuPIC%27s-Dependency-on-nupic.core.
Clone and Build nupic.core
These instructions are taken from the link above. For more information about building nupic.core look in the README at https://github.com/numenta/nupic.core
First clone the repo from https://github.com/numenta/nupic.core. Then
mkdir -p nupic.core/build/scripts cd nupic.core/build/scripts cmake ../../src -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=../release -DPY_EXTENSIONS_DIR=../../bindings/py/nupic/bindings make -j4 make install
If this works you can run the nupic.core tests mentioned in nupic.core's README.
cd $NUPIC_CORE/build/scripts make tests_htm make tests_unit
Clone and Build NuPIC
There is no difference here to the main instructions. Follow the sections:
- Clone The NupiC Repo
- Set The NuPIC Environment Variable
- Install The Required Python Modules
- Build NuPIC (follow the 32 bit section)
Now hopefully it should build properly and everything will work.
- When tested on Ubuntu 14.04, there was an error in building:
Runtime Error: module compiled against API version 9 but this version of numpy is 7. Turns ubunutu comes with numpy 1.8 already installed (ie the
python-numpy) but the instructions above say to pip install numpy version 1.7. This seems to cause the error. Running
pip uninstall numpyto get rid of version 1.7 and revert back to ubuntu's version 1.8 fixes the issue.
- Also only the first set of tests
make tests_pyhtmran. All others failed.
- But the hotgym demos still run. So there is still some functionality