I would like to know is the new Macbook on Apple Silicon M1 supported now? Thank you
Unfortunately it is not. KNIME is built upon the Eclipse Rich Client Platform and over there they have a ticket open for this issue: 565690 – Support Mac with Apple silicon. Until this is resolved on the Eclipse side we do not have the option to support the M1 chips. Which is really unlucky, because I also desperately want to upgrade my laptop to one of those new ones
Thanks for the reply. After some reading it seems there are support for the platform already?
The SWT libraries for Mac Arm64 are available for testing
4.19M3 - Eclipse Project Downloads
I’d appreciate if we could get KNIME running on it - can’t wait to see how it performs on the new powerful machines!
Yes, it seems there are some early access binaries already. I will tell our developers and maybe we can start testing this. However, I think KNIME will only adopt this once it is out of early access and stable.
totally understandable. but I am using KNIME now on my M1 with Rosetta and it works quite well. Apart from the Python integration of Keras of course which is still not out for M1. But I am very much looking forward to a stable and fast KNIME version for the Apple ARM architecture. Should be a beast with its AI enhancements.
Hi, twwong. I cannot find the libraries of the hyperlink (https://download.eclipse.org/eclipse/downloads/drops4/S-4.19M3-202102171800/#SWT). It shows “Not found.” Could you give the hyperlink again? Thanks
Same here. I can run the Keras but I am unable to import TensorFlow in KNIME. Rest, I will keep on checking as I have recently migrated to Mac.
As you might have guessed from the last response, the M1 chip is now supported except for Deep Learning.
Who needs deep learning anyway ?
When will the M1 chip for Deep Learning be supported?
I would like to know is the new Macbook on Apple Silicon M1 supported now (Mar 2022)?
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