Installing Anaconda on-premises Notebooks¶
This topic provides guidance on installing on-premises Notebooks.
Log in to your JupyterHub instance as a root user.
Download the installer by running the following command:
# Replace <INSTALLER_LOCATION> with the provided location of your installer curl -O <INSTALLER_LOCATION>
jupyterhub.shinstaller script you just downloaded requires an environment file to pass configuration values to it for use during installation.
Create a file named
Enter the following information into the
# Replace <URL> with your Anaconda Server URL # Replace <PATH_TO_CERT> with the path to your TLS/SSL certificate # Replace <PATH_TO_KEY> with the path to your TLS/SSL key # Replace <PATH_TO_CA_CERT> with the path to your CA_CERT file. Only uncomment this line if you are using self signed certificates. ANACONDA_SERVER=<URL> CERT=<PATH_TO_CERT> KEY=<PATH_TO_KEY> #CA_CERT=<PATH_TO_CA_CERT>
Save your work and close the file. Find and note the full path to the
.envfile you just created by running the command:
Run the installer with the following command:
# Replace <INSTALLER> with the installer file you just downloaded bash <INSTALLER>
Review and accept the terms of the license agreement.
Accept the default installation location of
/opt/jupyterhubfor the installation.
Enter the path to the
.envfile you created when prompted with
Allow the installer to initialize JupyterHub by running
conda initwhen prompted.
With JupyterHub installed, you are ready to integrate with Anaconda Server!