Can't install Tensorflow in Ubuntu VM


New Member
Dec 12, 2021
Hi all,

I've an Ubuntu VM in Proxmox as a my development machine. Tried today to install Tensorflow, but I always get the following:
ERROR: Could not find a version that satisfies the requirement tensorflow (from versions: none) ERROR: No matching distribution found for tensorflow

This is the configuration:

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The Proxmox machine has a 5900HX + 64GB RAM running VE 8.0.4.
Anyone know why this is happening and how could I solve it?

I really appreciate your help.
Have you studied information available on the net? Here, for example: ?
It doesn't sound like this is a hypervisor problem.

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Yes, and I've been in that same group when searching.
I've Python 3.10 and 3.12 installed (64 bit), that should be fully compatible with Tensorflow.

I cannot install it through the IDE or through the Terminal, that's why I was thinking it could be due to Proxmox/Processor/no Cuda...
I've not installed Cuda because I'm using a minipc without nvidia card. Should I install it? I'm quite lost with this.


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