Gurobi and Anaconda for Linux
Step one: Download and install Anaconda
Gurobi supports Python 2.7, and 3.7 for 64-bit Linux. Choose the version of Anaconda you wish to download:
Once the download has completed, issue the following command in the directory where you stored the downloaded file:
Note: If you are using Python 3.6, replace the above
bash command with the following:
Once the install is complete, and once you close your current terminal and open a new one, typing python in your terminal window should invoke the Anaconda Python interpreter:
> python Python 2.7.14 |Anaconda (64-bit)| ...
quit() in Python to return to the terminal.
Step two: Install Gurobi into Anaconda
The next step is to install the Gurobi package into Anaconda. You do this by first adding the Gurobi channel into your Anaconda platform and then installing the gurobi package from this channel. From an Anaconda terminal issue the following command to add the Gurobi channel to your default search list:
conda config --add channels http://conda.anaconda.org/gurobi
Now issue the following command to install the Gurobi package:
conda install gurobi
You can remove the Gurobi package at any time by issuing the command:
conda remove gurobi
Step three: Install a Gurobi License
The third step is to install a Gurobi license (if you haven’t already done so). You are now ready to use Gurobi from within Anaconda. Your next step is to launch either the Spyder IDE or Jupyter Notebook.