IPython local kernel management utility
If you have pip installed, run:
pip install ipyk
You can also download the source tarball, unpack, and run:
python setup.py install
Start a new kernel using the default IPython profile:
Start a new kernel using a specific profile:
ipyk -s my_profile
List running kernels; depending on the version of IPython you are using, the kernel JSON files may be stored in different locations:
ipyk -l 0: /run/user/1000/jupyter/kernel-12345.json
Connect to a running kernel; note that the argument is the integer listed by ipyk -l, not the process ID:
ipyk -c 0
After connecting to a running kernel, one can disconnect without killing the kernel by typing Ctrl-\.
Terminate a running kernel:
ipyk -k 0
This software is licensed under the BSD License. See the included LICENSE.rst file for more information.
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