Trying to run Jupyter on Fedora 33

Hi, I found this article at the Fedora Magazine: Jupyter and data science in Fedora

I followed the steps, but something is not in order with the jupyter_notebook_config.json file?
I get the following output when trying to start $ jupyter notebook:

[E 20:54:30.273 NotebookApp] Exception while loading config file /home/rainer/.jupyter/jupyter_notebook_config.json
json.decoder.JSONDecodeError: Expecting ',' delimiter: line 5 column 5 (char 107)

Ok, it has to be:

,“ip”: “*”,

Now it works, but is the alert: [SSL: SSLV3_ALERT_CERTIFICATE_UNKNOWN] sslv3 alert certificate unknown (_ssl.c:1123) an issue?
How to fix?

Perhaps you should specify the path to the certificate file in the config?

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I’ve edited the title. You’ve already installed Jupyter successfully. Now you’re just trying to run it. You don’t actually need any special configurations: you can run jupyter-notebok in any directory and it’ll start the jupyter server there. If you intend to use Jupyter from the same machine (i.e. locally), you don’t need any configuration.

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