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I am extensively using torch on a desktop CPU and would like to use it on the pi. I have found https://pitorch.org/, but it's still in construction (nice name, guys!) - is there any experience on installing it on the pi?

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A simple sudo pip install pytorch (for Python2) or sudo pip3 install pytorch (for Python3) should install it from https://pypi.org/project/pytorch/ automagically.

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  • Looks like a dummy package to me... – Dirk Dec 11 '18 at 10:55
  • @dirk the instructions are pytorch.org/get-started/locally are in pure 100% gobbledegook, I'm not sure how or what you're supposed to install for this. The only clear statement is python3 not python2. The OP probably needs to contact the developer. – Dougie Dec 11 '18 at 20:12

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