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paramikoif on Windows, launching the kernel on the host with the latest version of Spyder-Kernels for your Spyder version, entering all the correct connection information, and ensuring the connection isn't blocked by your firewall/security software?
1.3.2-py37_0, whereas the host with Spyder and spyder-kernels uses spyder-kernels
0.4.2-py37_0. Quite the difference. Installing Spyder in the Docker image downgrades spyder-kernels:
spyder-kernels 1.3.2-py37_0 --> 0.4.2-py37_0. Not sure the apparent large downgrade is indicative of another issue, but I still can't connect when both the host and the Docker image have the same version of spyder-kernels (both now at
scpit back to the host). Make sure the Spyder-Kernel is successfully launched and running on the Docker container. Make sure you've set the SSH port correctly to the one you've exposed in Docker.
on the weekend no less!
Heh, the weekend is when I get most of my Spyder-related stuff done, since I'm not so busy with the actual research I'm paid to do, although I'm on a vacation now so I haven't gotten much done at all lately.