My typical working setup is a headless GNU/Linux VM which I access via ssh. This means that when I working in a newly initialized project environment and I want to pop up a Jupyter notebook I do this:
pip install jupyterjupyter notebook
And bang! there I have a w3m text based browser, nicely colourized, but not what I was hoping for. Every month or so I go through this. And I have been trained to find the Jupyter config file or the IPython config file as was and edit it to suit. So this time the version of Jupyter which pip harvests for me is 4.0.6. And could I find the configuration? No I could not. It turns out you have to generate the configuration before you can actually edit it:
jupyter notebook --generate-config
Once that is done, then you can
- change the host from localhost to '0.0.0.0' and
- change start browser by default to 'False'.
Oh, and look for the configuration in