I am looking for suggestions, I would like to share my Jupyter Notebook/Lab analysis with not technical people inside my organisation, ideally I would like to share only the output and not the code, for example through Voila. I am also planning to update the analysis daily, therefore I would like to avoid updating manually ..
This is the way how to setup a custom JupyterHub Environment "oracle-minimal", under adaption of the Dockerfile from here https://github.com/jupyter/docker-stacks/blob/master/minimal-notebook/Dockerfile, to use an ORACLE Wallet to connect to an ORACLE DB. Create the following files… Dockerfile (Location: C:oracle_minimal; UNIX (LF); UTF-8): # Copyright (c) Jupyter Development Team. # Distributed under the terms of the Modified ..
I have 2 container images: one of JupyterHub and the other of a specific python library (ROOT) which I would like to use on a notebook. I need to import such a lib in the jupyter-notebooks spawned by the Hub, but I actually am in need of two env variables: PYTHONPATH and LD_LIBRARY_PATH, which are ..
We have JupyterHub running with DockerSpawner, so each user gets their own container with a JupyterLab. I found out the best practise is to keep the containers stopped and dont delete them, when the user’s server is stopped. So, we would use c.DockerSpawner.remove = False in our JH config. We are worried about the containers ..
We have JupyterHub running with DockerSpawner, so each user gets their own container with a JupyterLab. I found out the best practice is to keep the containers stopped and dont delete them, when the user’s server is stopped. So, we would reuse them c.DockerSpawner.remove = False in our JH config. We are worried about the ..
I was wondering about a feature for JupyterHub + DockerSpawner. Right now we are using this option in the config file c.DockerSpawner.remove = True However, some users would like to keep the container running after their server is stopped, so it would be nice to be given an option whether they want to delete the ..
Hey this is my first question here and I’m quite new to Docker. I’m trying to deploy the "jupyterhub/jupyterhub-deploy-docker" enviroment (https://github.com/jupyterhub/jupyterhub-deploy-docker), for a Uni project. It should be used for some students in a course. Is there a solution or a way to use nbgrader with Jupyterhub and Docker? If there aren’t any, how could ..
I am using JupyterHub deployed on a server. I installed the brightway2 using conda outside the container. Now when I try to import Brightway2 in the Jupyter notebook (on the JupyterHub server) the import fails showing no module named brightway2. I was just wondering how can I install BW2 inside the container or something else ..
I am trying to deploy Jupyterhub with the following features: 1- Having Jupyterhub in one Docker container 2- Having a Jupyter notebook environment in a separate Docker container 3- Configuring the Jupyterhub in such a way that it runs and spawns in the Jupyter notebook container. 4- Configuring a google or GitHub authentication 5- being ..
I’m trying to set up a JupyterHub with a docker – spawner. After I log in into my JupyterHub I get the following error: 500 : Internal Server Error Error in Authenticator.pre_spawn_start: ChunkedEncodingError (‘Connection broken: IncompleteRead(0 bytes read)’, IncompleteRead(0 bytes read)) You can try restarting your server from the home page. My JupyterHub config looks ..