Use Jupyter Notebook on Kepler/Turing Servers

For this example, we use Turing. You can do the same thing on kepler.

  1. SSH to Tesla
  2. SSH to Turing from Tesla
  3. Create a conda environment on Turing and activate it.
  4. conda install jupyter
  5. jupyter notebook --no-browser --port=8889 --ip=
  6. You will see a token. Copy it.

Open WSL on your windows computer (or the Terminal on Linux/Mac)

  1. ssh -N -f -L localhost:8888:turing.ce.pdn.ac.lk:8889 e14158@tesla.ce.pdn.ac.lk

Now, open google chrome and go to http://localhost:8888

If you have questions about anything, please try to ask them on the PeraCOM Discord #ask-for-help channel. That is helpful to the community as a whole. If you are not already on the discord, please ask for an invitation from (e17154@eng.pdn.ac.lk and e16088@eng.pdn.ac.lk)

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