Quickstart guide for on-premises Notebooks¶
Log in to JupyterHub¶
Navigate to your JupyterHub URL and click Sign in with Anaconda Server.
Enter your Anaconda Server credentials and click Log In.
If you are already logged into Anaconda Server, selecting Sign in with Anaconda Server signs you in automatically.
Create an environment¶
Before you begin downloading packages to use with your notebooks, you must first create an environment to work out of. If you do not create an environment before you attempt to download packages, an error occurs. This protects the base
If you want your environment to be shown as a tile on the JupyterLab launch page, open a terminal in JupyterLab and run the following command to create it:
# Replace <VERSION> with your desired version of python conda create --name custom_env ipykernel python=<VERSION>
For more information on creating conda environments, see the official conda documentation.
If you already have an environment you want to use, see the Anaconda Server Environments topic for instructions on uploading environment files.
New to JupyterLab? View the official JupyterLab documentation here.
New to Anaconda Server? View the official Anaconda Server documentation here.
Administrators can find help for tasks such as user management, mirror creation and package filtering, configuring your realm’s email settings, getting troubleshooting help, and learning more about common vulnerabilities and exposures (CVEs). Users can find help for working with environments, packages, Jupyter Notebooks, and more!