I followed all the instructions, it seemed ok but,when i go to jupyter, there is no new kernel with tensorflow. i tryed restarting the whole computer several times, tried installing it all over again but it doesn’t work. What should i do?
did you run the Anaconda Prompt with administrative rights? So, when you open the start menu you right click on the ‘Anaconda Prompt’ icon did you select ‘Run as administrator’? If not, it could be why it’s not updating the kernels.
Hi Eli, thanks for your answer. No, infact I hadn't run Prompt as administrator the first time, missed that detail in the video, its so fast…However, I did now and followed all the instructions again, got lots of "requiremento already satisfied", restarted the computer all over again but still no luck. This new enviroment does not appear as a possible kernel in "kernel change" list, I only have Python 3. Please, bare in mind i am a mere beginner in this world, started only four days ago installing anaconda and all the package so, its probably some basic step i am missing but i really have no clue. all the messages i get from anaconda prompt seem satisfactory, my guess is i am failing to restart jupyter or to get it to refresh with this new package. Any other hint you may think of? thanks again for your time and patience.
Check this tutorial!
HI Lucia, Did this work for you?
Yes!!! i followed that tutorial and work, ther where two final steps missing in the video.-
Hi Lucia, Glad it worked! I created the tutorial after the video, but did not realize they differed. I will work on syncing them! Iliya