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JupyterLab in a container
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Travis CI:

Container-based installation of JupyterLab

Instructions (setup)

First, note down the IP address of the currently running Docker machine (which is called dev in this example) with

docker-machine ip dev
  1. Build the image :

     make build

    After it completes, you can see the list of locally available Docker images with the command docker images

  1. Run the image :

     make run
  1. Point your browser to the IP address of the Docker machine found initially, and port 8888, i.e.


    where <docker-machine-ip> usually starts with 192.168.

A Jupyter session should appear in the browser at this point. Up and running !

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