Installation on Linux via Conda¶
Anacondais a free and open source distribution of Python and R for computational science. Anaconda is dedicated to simplifying package management and deployment. Anaconda’s packages are managed using the package management system Conda. Conda is an open source package management system and environment management system that runs on Windows, macOS, and Linux.
Before performing PaddlePaddle installation, please make sure that your Anaconda software environment is properly installed. For software download and installation, see Anaconda’s official website (https://www.anaconda.com/). If you have installed Anaconda correctly, follow these steps to install PaddlePaddle.
CentOS 7 / Ubuntu16.04 / Ubuntu18.04 / Ubuntu20.04 (64bit)
GPU Version support CUDA 10.1/10.2/11.2
conda version 4.8.3+ (64 bit)
1.1 Create Virtual Environment¶
1.1.1 Create the Anaconda Virtual Environment¶
Create virtual environment First create the Anaconda virtual environment according to the specific Python version. The Anaconda installation of PaddlePaddle supports the following four Python installation environments.
If you want to use python version 3.6:
conda create -n paddle_env python=3.6
If you want to use python version 3.7:
conda create -n paddle_env python=3.7
If you want to use python version 3.8:
conda create -n paddle_env python=3.8
If you want to use python version 3.9:
conda create -n paddle_env python=3.9
1.1.2 Enter the Anaconda Virtual Environment¶
conda activate paddle_env
1.2 Confirm Other Environments¶
Confirm that your conda virtual environment and the Python loaction which is preapared to install PaddlePaddle are where you expected them for your computer may have multiple Pythons environments. Enter Anaconda’s command line terminal and enter the following command to confirm the Python location.
1.2.1 Confirm the installation path of python¶
Depending on your environment, you may need to replace python in all command lines in the instructions with specific Python path.
The command to get the Python path is:
1.2.2 Check the version of Python¶
Use the following command to confirm it’s version is 3.6/3.7/3.8/3.9
1.2.3 Check the system environment¶
Confirm that Python and pip are 64bit, and the processor architecture is x86_64 (or x64, Intel 64, AMD64) architecture. The first line below print “64bit”, the second line prints “x86_64 (or x64, AMD64).”
python -c "import platform;print(platform.architecture());print(platform.machine())"
Add Tsinghua source (optional)¶
For domestic users who cannot connect to the Anaconda official source, you can add Tsinghua source according to the following command.
conda config --add channels https://mirrors.tuna.tsinghua.edu.cn/anaconda/pkgs/free/
conda config --add channels https://mirrors.tuna.tsinghua.edu.cn/anaconda/pkgs/main/
conda config --set show_channel_urls yes
You can choose the following version of PaddlePaddle to start installation:
CPU Version of PaddlePaddle¶
If your computer doesn’t have NVIDIA® GPU, please install
the CPU Version of PaddlePaddle
conda install paddlepaddle==2.3.0 --channel https://mirrors.tuna.tsinghua.edu.cn/anaconda/cloud/Paddle/
GPU Version of PaddlePaddle¶
If you are using CUDA 10.1，cuDNN 7 (cuDNN>=7.6.5, for multi card support, NCCL>=2.7):
conda install paddlepaddle-gpu==2.3.0 cudatoolkit=10.1 --channel https://mirrors.tuna.tsinghua.edu.cn/anaconda/cloud/Paddle/
If you are usingCUDA 10.2，cuDNN 7 (cuDNN>=7.6.5, for multi card support, NCCL>=2.7):
conda install paddlepaddle-gpu==2.3.0 cudatoolkit=10.2 --channel https://mirrors.tuna.tsinghua.edu.cn/anaconda/cloud/Paddle/
If you are using CUDA 11.2，cuDNN 8.1.1(for multi card support, NCCL>=2.7):
conda install paddlepaddle-gpu==2.3.0 cudatoolkit=11.2 -c https://mirrors.tuna.tsinghua.edu.cn/anaconda/cloud/Paddle/ -c conda-forge
After the installation is complete, you can use
python3 to enter the Python interpreter and then use
import paddle and
PaddlePaddle is installed successfully! appears, to verify that the installation was successful.