Run Jupyter on a remote server
Jupyter-Remote aims to streamline remote Jupyter usage for a range of remote configurations, from simple servers to SLURM clusters that require request forwarding to a compute node.
Set up Jupyter on the remote server.
Next, install Jupyter-Remote.
pip install jupyter-remote
Then, generate the config file.
Follow the printed path to jupyter-remote.cfg and edit to suit your needs.
For more info on setting up Jupyter and troubleshooting Jupyter-Remote, see the jupyter-remote tips.
jupyter-remote [profile] [subcommand]
Both arguments are optional.
If Jupyter is installed on your machine, Jupyter-Remote can be run as a Jupyter subcommand:
jupyter remote o2 lab
Be sure to try out JupyterLab!
For more info on the Jupyter-Remote command-line options, use jupyter-remote --help.
Make a copy of jupyter-remote.cfg and name it jupyter-remote-[profile name].cfg. See example_cfgs/jupyter-remote-o2.cfg.
Note: Both the profile and subcommand option are optional. If only one is provided, Jupyter-Remote will first look for a profile with that name, and if none is found, it will use the default profile with the given subcommand.
Requirements and compatibility
- python 2.7 or 3.6
- POSIX: Jupyter-Remote has been tested on MacOS and Linux, while on Windows it will require Cygwin and Cygwin’s version of Python.
- pinentry (suggested)
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