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Redirect to official TensorFlow support
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README.md

TensorFlow on Raspberry Pi

It's officially supported!

As of TensorFlow 1.9, Python wheels for TensorFlow are being officially supported. As such, this repository is no longer recommended for your TensorFlow on RPi needs; use the official sources!

Pip installation

You can install the official wheel with the following commands, assuming you are using Raspbian 9:

sudo apt install libatlas-base-dev
pip3 install tensorflow

Check out the official TensorFlow website for more information.


It was a fun ride! With Raspberry Pi support now official, I will no longer be looking to update this repository. I'm sorry that I wasn't able to continue maintaining the repo as much as I wanted, but it was amazing watching the community continue to thrive.

-Sam