We’d prefer you install the latest version, but old binaries and installation instructions are provided below for your convenience.
To install a previous version of PyTorch via Anaconda or Miniconda, replace “0.1.12” in the following commands with the desired version (i.e., “0.2.0”).
Installing with CUDA 8
conda install pytorch=0.1.12 cuda80 -c soumith
Installing with CUDA 7.5
conda install pytorch=0.1.12 cuda75 -c soumith
Installing without CUDA
conda install pytorch=0.1.12 -c soumith
It is possible to checkout an older version of PyTorch
and build it.
You can list tags in PyTorch git repository with
git tag and checkout a
particular one (replace ‘0.1.9’ with the desired version) with
git checkout v0.1.9
Follow the install from source instructions in the README.md of the PyTorch checkout.
whl file with the desired version from the list below, and run
pip install /path/to/whl/file
You can also directly pass a URL to pip:
pip install http://download.pytorch.org/whl/cu80/torch-0.2.0.post3-cp36-cp36m-manylinux1_x86_64.whl
CUDA support is optional; for example, you can install the cu80/torch-0.2.0.post3-cp36-cp36m-manylinux1_x86_64.whl package on a system that does not have CUDA.
There are three major lists below: Linux binaries compiled with CUDA 8 support, Linux binaries with CUDA 7.5 support, and Mac OSX & miscellaneous other binaries.