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:
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?
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.