User Lee shows us how to get TensorFlow set up on FreeBSD. TensorFlow is an open source software library for machine intelligence, or numerical computation using data flow graphs. See the link below for the full instructions.
First, I apologize for not supplying a port archive myself. After reading the FreeBSD handbook for creating a port, it’s too complex of a task for me right now. I’ve only been using FreeBSD for two weeks. I would also not like to waste anyone’s time giving them a terrible port archive and mess up their system.
Instead I’ll explain how you can do it yourself! It’s surprisingly easy once you’ve put the time in investigating why certain problems happen…
I began by reading the standard TensorFlow Download and Setup instructions. Since I knew FreeBSD had some Linux compatibility layer, I tried loading the Python 64-bit pip package. Obviously that didn’t work. I learned shortly after FreeBSD only supports 32-bit binary. Then I remember hearing from people that Mac is somewhat based off of FreeBSD…Following the Mac instructions, I’m met with an “incompatible binary” error, as expected.