In this tutorial, we are going to walk through how to install scikit-learn on an Ubuntu 18.04 server. We are going to walk through the installation both in a virtual environment with the Python package manager, Pip, and via Anaconda.Continue reading “How to Install Scikit-Learn on Ubuntu 18.04”
In this article, we learn how to set up a python virtual environment on Ubuntu 18.04. Python is a high-level dynamic programming language. Its straightforward syntax makes it a great choice for fast development. Python is used by system administrators to automate workloads and by developers for application development as well.Continue reading “How to Setup a Python Virtual Environment on Ubuntu 18.04”
Data analysis via machine learning is becoming increasingly important in the modern world. PyTorch is a machine learning Python library, developed by the Facebook AI research group, that acts as a high-level interface for developers to create applications like natural language processors. In this tutorial, we are going to cover how to install PyTorch via Anaconda and PIP.Continue reading “How to Install PyTorch on Ubuntu”
In this article, we will be discussing how to install Microsoft SQL or MSSQL on Linux. Microsoft SQL, colloquially referred to as MSSQL, is a relational database management system created by Microsoft. Open-source MySQL and PostgreSQL are typically synonymous with Linux distributions, but working with MSSQL on Linux is also supported. MSSQL offers some features that its open-source counterparts don’t, and depending on application requirements, it might be the right choice for an RDBMS. In this tutorial, we are going to walk through how to install MSSQL on CentOS 7 and Ubuntu 16.04.Continue reading “How to Install Microsoft SQL on Linux”
In this article, we are going to cover the available options for installing software on Ubuntu. By the end of this article, you’ll be equipped with an arsenal of tools for installing the exact software you want on your Ubuntu server! We will be installing three different software packages from source, deb, and flatpack.
Typically, the Ubuntu OS ships with an excellent package management system called APT. Apt-get, or the more recent apt command, are the interfaces users would typically utilize to search for, download, and install packages.
What happens when you need to install something on your Ubuntu server, but the software package isn’t available for installing via apt?
What if you need to build a software package from source to access the newest features from the latest version of that package?
How do I locate the dependencies for the software I need?
We will answer those questions below!Continue reading “How To Install Software From Source on Ubuntu”
In this tutorial, we are going to set up TensorFlow in a virtual Python environment on Ubuntu 18.04. TensorFlow is an open-source framework, developed by the Google Brain team, designed to be a high-level interface for implementing machine learning and mathematical operations. This library provides developers an avenue to work on complex projects like neural networks through an easy to use Python API. One of the significant benefits of having a Python front-end is that it is portable between operating systems like Linux and Windows.Continue reading “How To Install TensorFlow on Ubuntu 18.04”
What is Snapcraft?
Snapcraft is a command-line utility for building snaps. This software allows users to build their own applications or software packages, and then publish them to the Snap store to be shared and utilized by other users! In this tutorial, we will learn how to install Snapcraft on Ubuntu and CentOS.Continue reading “How to Install Snapcraft on Ubuntu/CentOS”
Sometimes during a software install, things go sideways and you realize that not all of the program downloaded or the install was interrupted for some reason leaving you with incomplete files and empty directories. Honestly, this is a rare occurrence but it can happen from time to time. This then begs the question; So how do I completely uninstall recently installed software? In this tutorial, we’ll be safely removing PostgreSQL from our Liquid Web Ubuntu 16.04 server.