Open a notebook from the command line in the best available server
Open notebooks from the command line
nbopen looks for the nearest running notebook server - if it finds one, it opens a web browser to that notebook. If not, it starts a new notebook server in that directory.
python3 -m pip install nbopen
To integrate with your file manager, so you can double click on notebooks to open them, run:
- Linux/BSD: python3 -m nbopen.install_xdg
- Windows: python3 -m nbopen.install_win
- Mac: Clone the repository and run ./osx-install.sh
Ensure that nbopen is on the profile path (not just terminal, e.g. .profile not .bashrc)
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