TensorFlow with GPU support on Apple Silicon Mac with Homebrew and without Conda Miniforge by Søren L Kristiansen

Unfortunately, Cloud Native Buildpacks currently do not support ARM64; see Add support for arm64. To overcome this limitation, a homegrown multistage Dockerfile is used to build and package native images in a Docker image. See section Source code changes below for details. On the following paragraphs, I’ll give you some of the most useful hints to get you and all those python packages up and running in your M1 machine. As already mentioned, since Cloud Native Buildpacks currently do not support ARM64, a multi-step Dockerfile, Chapter23/Dockerfile-native-image, is used as a workaround.

Ok so, if you’re looking to use any of the ones above, this article will help you get started. Hopefully, the open source community, institutions and relevant companies can fix some of these things target momofuku soon so developers can exploit the M1 possibilities with a better user experience. TLDR; Run brew install hdf5, then pip install tensorflow-macos and finally pip install tensorflow-metal.

If you need to compile and develop this application, you need the JDK . If you’re just running this application (e.g. as a .jar), the JRE is enough. I have found VS Code Python debugging is broken. Also PostgreSQL pgAdmin didn’t work straight out of the box either.

I can’t tell you how excited I was when first reading about the all-new M1 Mac chip. After some months of waiting to get one for my Data Science and programming uses, I finally got one. Apple says the first vehicles with support for the next-generation CarPlay experience will be announced in late 2023, with committed automakers including Acura, Audi,… (As for what I use from MacPorts, the primary functionality is a set of tools like sox and ffmpeg that I use in a script that speeds up audio and video files by some arbitrary factor . According to Homebrew developer Mike McQuaid, the 3.0.0 development was helped along by MacStadium and Apple, with Apple providing hardware and migration help. Well, that won’t actually install the applications so doesn’t seem like a great solution.

We need to run the following two commands using a Terminal. Apple Silicon is now officially supported for installations in /opt/homebrew. Formulae.brew.sh formula pages indicate for which platforms bottles are provided and therefore whether they are supported by Homebrew. Homebrew doesn’t provide bottles for all packages on Apple Silicon that we do on Intel x86_64 but we welcome your help in doing so. Rosetta 2 on Apple Silicon still provides support for Intel x86_64 in /usr/local. The microservices start up in around 14 seconds.

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Apple’s instructions for installing TensorFlow will tell you to install Miniforge which is a minimal installer for Conda. However, Conda is only used for installing a single package, namely tensorflow-deps. This package is not available on PyPI so that’s our first roadblock. However, if you download the tensorflow-deps package file and inspect it, you will see that all it does is install a few dependencies that can easily be installed using pip! As you can see in the snippet below, those packages are grpcio, h5py and NumPy — and all of these are available on PyPI .

Homebrew accepts donations through GitHub Sponsors and still accepts donations through Patreon. If you’d rather not use GitHub Sponsors or Patreon , check out the other ways to donate in our README. Homebrew has been working natively on M1 since December. It was working (as a beta version-like thing) before, now it got promoted to stable. The ARM-M1-based Macs have only been available for like four months. I’ve been using Macs since they switched to Intel and I had no idea WTF “homebrew” was supposed to be.