So I opened up a google cloud account and have access to global and local (us east 1) resources (Compute Engine API , NVIDIA K80 GPUs) and connected it to my dropbox.
Next, I followed this youtube video to try to connect it to my jupyter notebook.
The code to be entered into the google cloud platform is as follows:
sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get - -assume-yes upgrade sudo apt-get - -assume-yes install software-properties-common sudo apt-get install python-setuptools python-dev build-essentials sudo easy_install pip sudo pip install jupyter jupyter notebook - - generate-config sudo nano ~/.jupyter/jupyter_notebook_config.py
Insert these following lines under #configuration file for jupyter notebook c=get_config()
c.NotebookApp.ip = ‘*’ c.NotebookApp.open_browser = False (or True) c.NotebookApp.port=1000
ctrl+alt? enter ctrl+x? from 3.5.0.tar.gz you write tmux0.tar.gz ctrl+b shift+double_course (to get two diff windows) or exit to go out of the double
jupter notebook password jupyter notebook –no-browser –port=1000
And then you go to your browser and write external ip:port (ex. 184.108.40.206:1000) At the top window, upload your environment
BUT, before running the following line:
sudo nano ~/.jupyter/jupter_notebook_config.py
It asks me if I want to overwrite .../jupyter/jupyte_notebook_config.py with default config, and with both scenarios (when entering yes and when entering no) after I run the line it says
sudo: nano: command not found
I even tried to pip install nano and it worked (the installation) but still the same response - anyone know what I should do?
nanois a text editor. You can use whatever text editor available (vim, gedit, ...) to edit the config file. $\endgroup$