I’m working on getting tensorflow installed for a project I’m working on. Looking over the instructions for Windows native, it says to ’ Make sure long paths are enabled on Windows.’ Following that link leads to a Stackoverflow page, but the solutions there require features only available in enterprise versions of Windows 10. I’ve seen a few ‘fixes’ to enable the features in home versions, but they all look incredibly sketchy. I’m not downloading a random executable from DeviantArt or running an untested script that messes with the registry just to get Tensorflow installed.
Is enabling long paths really required or is there some way around that? If it is required, does anyone have a safe and well tested solution for doing it in Windows Home?