TensorFlow 2.0.0-beta1 is available now and ready for testing. What if you want to try it but don’t want to mess with doing an NVIDIA CUDA install on your system. The official TensorFlow install documentations has you do that, but it’s really not necessary.
Ubuntu 19.04 will be released soon so I decided to see if CUDA 10.1 could be installed on it. Yes, it can and it seems to work fine. In this post I walk through the install and show that docker and nvidia-docker also work. I ran TensorFlow 2.0- alpha on Ubuntu 19.04 beta.