- Installing LaTeX and TexMaker on a Mac
- The Homebrew and Homebrew Cask installation instructions are updated on their respective webpages.
- In the installation codes just drop “cask”
- The other instructions work fine (25/08/21)
- Running Tensorboard through a remote server
- The first solution works wonderfully (14/12/17)
- The Tensorboard tutorial is pretty understandable. Basically, create summaries, initialise FileWriters with directories, and write the summaries during training.
- If you get the error “locale.Error: unsupported locale setting”, while attempting to run Tensorboard, the first solution mentioned here would help.
- If you get the error “Tried to connect to port 6006, but address is in use”, you can either try to kill Tensorboard or you can switch to another port (say 8008), by doing something like “ssh -L 16006:127.0.0.1:8008 xx@xxxx” and access tensorboard on your local machine at “127.0.0.1:16006/”
- Installing Jekyll for creating a website
- If your website is configured to an older version of Jekyll, you might not use the bundler and use ‘jekyll serve’ alone. In that case, refer to this issue. After that, manually install all the packages jekyll says are missing by using ‘gem install jekyll-x’, where x is the package of interest (e.g. archives)
- If you want to make a page other than the Blog your homepage, check this discussion.
- If you are having trouble with ruby or jekyll (if “jekyll -v” throws an error), you might want to perform a clean install of homebrew to jekyll. You can do so with this script
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