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    Quincy Wofford
    @qwofford_gitlab
    Terminal shows: 404 GET /static/notebook/js/main.min.js.map
    I'm not sure what that path is referring to
    Angus Hollands
    @agoose77:matrix.org
    [m]
    @qwofford_gitlab: could you specify which Jupyter application you're using (Lab, or Notebook classic (v6 or v7))?
    That looks to me as though it's the v6 notebook
    Quincy Wofford
    @qwofford_gitlab
    Yes, it's v6.4.12, obtained through miniconda
    notebook classic
    I tried in both firefox and chrome. I also tried activating a full anaconda environment.
    Still the same behavior
    Quincy Wofford
    @qwofford_gitlab
    I operate behind a proxy, but os.environ reports that this is configured correctly
    The 404 GET might have been a red herring, I haven't seen it again.
    --debug doesn't reveal anything more
    Angus Hollands
    @agoose77:matrix.org
    [m]

    @qwofford_gitlab: more generally, do you need to use the old notebook? It's on its way to end of life (only bugfixes and security fixes). v7 isn't out yet, but there are pre-releases on PyPI, or Jupyter Lab as an alternative.

    I'm happy to help with your problem, but in general if you don't need notebook v6, I'd encourage you to upgrade to Lab

    Nicholas Bollweg
    @bollwyvl
    .map are "only" used to help debug problems in the browser console, and aren't needed for normal execution. it won't even request them if you don't have the developer tools open.
    Quincy Wofford
    @qwofford_gitlab
    I'll try lab!
    Jupyterlab version 3.4.4 has the same behavior
    Adam Ginsburg
    @keflavich
    Is there a way to configure the search function (when you press control-f) so that it doesn't start the search until you press enter? I've had a lot of cases where I start a search, pause because of a typo, and then instead of editing the search I end up overwriting the code I was searching for (in jupyterlab)
    6 replies
    Jayshan Raghunandan
    @jr200
    Hi, is there a nbconvert preprocessor that will let me regex search+replace on a cell? If not, whats the best way to achieve this?
    (I'm basically trying to get rid of ipython/cython magic when i'm exporting my ipynb to python)
    Kristjan A. Kelavic
    @codekronik
    Has anyone encountered this issue on M1 macs:
    Jupyter server process exited with code 133 rosetta error: /var/db/oah/279281327407104_279281327407104/438da966fff0f6aab18d0627f2bbe82fd8ee21e6e49e22d47a887298bfb7e97e/libmkl_rt.1.dylib.aot: attachment of code signature supplement failed: 1
    Cannot get Jupyter to start I've tried a complete purge of jupyter and conda and a fresh install in a fresh environment however still the same issue.
    Angus Hollands
    @agoose77:matrix.org
    [m]
    @codekronik: have you tried a system restart?
    pepijndevos
    @pepijndevos:matrix.org
    [m]
    so... I've been mucking about with settings and I don't actually understand which parts are doing what https://github.com/NyanCAD/Pyttoresque/blob/386c024d36b994c79598bb53d9dc5c887fbf5a1f/pyttoresque/app/__init__.py#L41-L44
    So there are... these properties, and a settings dict. And there are settings files and command line parameters.
    Do the properties map to command line parameters and the settings dict to the setting files?
    6 replies
    pepijndevos
    @pepijndevos:matrix.org
    [m]
    @bollwyvl: thanks! yea I already have the json for configuring I just confused myself with the command line options and all the different json files
    So okay I don't need to manually tweak the settings, they just get dealt with as soon as you make the traitlet
    This actually seems to mostly work the way I want it
    One final thing is understanding the priority and location of various config files. For example, there are some things I want to set in my package, such as enabling the extension upon installation. But others should be configured by the used when they install it.
    For example, I have a Binder repo with my app. Can I put a json file in there in some magic location to configure a few settings?
    pepijndevos
    @pepijndevos:matrix.org
    [m]
    Do the binder folks have their own chat.. I have some other binder-specific issues I think
    Angus Hollands
    @agoose77:matrix.org
    [m]
    pepijndevos: you can place traitlets configuration files in special locations to configure Jupyter applications, because they look through a special set of search paths: jupyter --paths (config section)
    1 reply
    pepijndevos
    @pepijndevos:matrix.org
    [m]

    binder:petrichor.me does not exist.

    ah works
    Andreas Mueller
    @amueller
    Hey! So I have a feature question / request. I have a bunch of scenarios where I'd like to populate cells in a notebook with some code by running something in the kernel. it seems ipython.set_next_input can do that, but only in a pretty limited sense. I could do it more flexibly with a Jupyter Plugin probably, but really I'd want to do this across frontends. It's very useful for teaching but also useful in other settings. Has anyone looked into something like that?
    3 replies
    ha9u63ar
    @manmedia

    Hello everyone - I have a question about choosing Jupyter Docker Image.

    I originally used jupyter/datascience-notebook image from dockerhub.

    I would need to move to jupyter/all-spark-notebook - how much trouble am I in? Or, would I get everything in all-spark-notebook image?

    2 replies
    Andreas Mueller
    @amueller
    Is there a channel for Jupyterlite somewhere?
    1 reply
    Tom Medema
    @tommedema
    Hey! Is there a Jupyter Lab extension that allows me to auto-scroll output to the bottom? I have long running jupyter notebooks and I need to scroll down all the time :(
    Temidayo
    @Temidayo32
    Hi
    nbuntrust
    @nbuntrust
    Does anyone know if there's a modern replacement for qgrid?
    3 replies
    Elizabeth Sambo O.
    @betsey_geek_twitter
    Hello everyone, I'm having trouble installing PAM and getting a domain name. Please I need help.
    Ramon Ramirez-Linan
    @rezuma
    Top of the morning everyone. I need to launch a notebook from another app. I am trying to do it using the Jhub API and configuring load_roles and services on the helm chart (to affect the jupyterhub_config.py) but I keep getting 403... anyone has an example of doing this?
    Ramon Ramirez-Linan
    @rezuma
    never mind, got it working, I ignore the fact that roles c.JupyterHub.load_roles is only available in 2.
    Satoshi Yazawa
    @yacchin1205
    Hello everyone! I have created a Pull Request in Classic Notebook that includes a fix for file access restrictions last week (jupyter/notebook#6609). I assume the previous Classic Notebook isn't fixed much, but it seems like a fix related to the Security Adivisory, so I would be grateful if someone could confirm this PR.
    Rishabh Aggarwal
    @altruistcoder
    Can anyone please tell me what is the default password for the user "jovyan" in jupyterlab environment?
    2 replies
    sourourouerghi
    @sourourouerghi
    hi
    plz who works on ontologies with python!!
    4 replies
    Irfan Emrah Kanat
    @iekanat

    Hi Everyone,

    I am trying to configure server wide Jupyterlab Extension allowlists. I can make the allowlists work by launching the jupyter lab on the commandline like so:

    jupyter lab --LabServerApp.allowed_extensions_uris=http://127.0.0.1/allowlist.json

    What I need however is to pass a configuration parameter that does this for me. I tried placing a jupyter_lab_config.py into /etc/jupyter but it doesn't seem have an effect. Seems like that config file is not picked up. Here is what that file contains: c.LabServerApp.allowed_extensions_uris='http://127.0.0.1/allowlist.json'

    Is there any way I can specify this configuration in a file?

    1 reply