Running Jupyter Notebook on a remote server¶
Follow the following steps to use Jupyter Notebook launched from remote server.
Launch Jupyter Notebook from remote server, selecting a port number for <PORT>:
# Replace <PORT> with your selected port number jupyter notebook --no-browser --port=<PORT>
For example, if you want to use port number 8080, you would run the following:
jupyter notebook --no-browser --port=8080
Or run the following command to launch with default port:
jupyter notebook --no-browser
Please note the port setting. You will need it in the next step.
You can access the notebook from your remote machine over SSH by setting up a SSH tunnel. Run the following command from your local machine:
# Replace <PORT> with the port number you selected in the above step # Replace <REMOTE_USER> with the remote server username # Replace <REMOTE_HOST> with your remote server address ssh -L 8080:localhost:<PORT> <REMOTE_USER>@<REMOTE_HOST>
The above command opens up a new SSH session in the terminal.
Open a browser from your local machine and navigate to http://localhost:8080/, the Jupyter Notebook web interface. Replace 8080 with your port number used in step 1.