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I have installed Julia (on Linux) at a location, say /a/b/c, along with IJulia, the kernel package required to make Julia show up on JupyterLab. I would like this to be for a multi-user mode (I understand they will not have ability to install/maintain packages)

When I set $HOME to /a/b/c, JupyterLab shows the Julia kernel and everything seems to work. This is not a viable solution for multiple reasons.

I tried a few different options, so far to no avail: - Created a softlink: ln -s /a/b/c/.julia /home/guru/.julia - Set env variable JULIA_PROJECT to /a/b/c/.julia then to /a/b/c/.julia/environments/v1.0/ - Also tried setting JULIA_PKGDIR but this seems to be obsolete anyway

What is the right way to have /a/b/c/.julia show up for everyone when they launch JupyterLab?

Try the instructions here: it seems to require re-installing IJulia with the ENV["jupyter"] environment variable first set properly.

https://qiita.com/crowdy/items/d1e86df398ee97086d74

JuliaLang/IJulia.jl: Julia kernel for Jupyter, Before installing it, make sure that you have successfully completed the We will show, step-by-step, how to add JupyterLab to a Julia installation and run it  Steps to add Julia to Jupyter Notebook Step 1: Download and Install Julia. To start, download Julia for your operating system. Follow the instructions to Step 2: Open the Julia Command-Line. Step 3: Add Julia to Jupyter Notebook. Step 4: Download and Install Anaconda. If you haven’t

It seems that JupyterLab cannot find julia command. Because it is not in your PATH.

You can try the following command to create a link for your julia executable in a directory which is in PATH. The usual directory to do that is /usr/local/bin.

sudo ln -s /a/b/c/bin/julia /usr/local/bin/julia

This should work for all users. Note that /usr/local/bin might not exist in some Linux distributions. If you have such a distribution, run echo $PATH in Linux command line to see which directories are in path.

Another solution would be to add julia's bin directory to PATH for all users.

sudo echo "export PATH=$PATH:/a/b/c/bin" >> /etc/profile

I would go for the first solution.

Configuring Julia to work with JupyterLab, Hello, Since I am a newbie in Julia, I would appreciated if you could provide me the steps on who to make Julia to work in Jupyterlab. decide Jupyterlab is already installed. is there a way to set things up so it doesn't ask “PWD=/home/​jl”, “USERNAME=jl”, “XDG_SESSION_CLASS=user”, “DISPLAY=:0”,  Julia is a language that combines the ease of programming of MATLAB or Python with the speed of C or Java. This tutorial shows how to install Julia 0.5.0 on

I recommend adding Jupyter Lab to Julia via Conda.jl and just using this added version.

using Conda
Conda.add("jupyterlab")

Now run from the console:

~/.julia/packages/Conda/hsaaN/deps/usr/bin/jupyter lab

There are many other options so comment if you need something different.

Using JupyterLab - First steps, Adding Julia to Jupyter Notebook is a fairly easy task. In this short post, I'll show you the steps to add Julia to Jupyter Notebook. Step 5: Create a new Notebook​. To create a new Notebook with Julia: Click on New; Then, select Julia from the  If you don't understand concepts like paths, you might be better off letting Julia install and run its own Jupyter for you: ENV[ " JUPYTER " ] = " " # tells IJulia to install its own Jupyter Pkg . build ( " IJulia " ) using IJulia notebook ()

How to Add Julia to Jupyter Notebook, First, make sure that you're using the version of JupyterLab that you mean to be If the WebIO extension isn't present, then simply fire up Julia and install it. This video aims to show how to install Julia and IJulia on Windows, which will allow one to conveniently run Julia in Jupyter notebooks.

IJulia · WebIO, In this lecture we will cover how to get up and running with Julia. Topics: Jupyter; Local installation vs. cloud-based solutions; Installation of libraries, including  To install Jupyter from Atom/Juno, run the following Julia code: using Pkg Pkg.add("IJulia") using IJulia jupyternotebook() Markdown: https://github.com/adam

Setting up Your Julia Environment, It also works with JupyterLab , a Jupyter-based integrated development (if you are using Julia 0.7) will be installed (will show up in your main Jupyter kernel Run Pkg.build("IJulia") if your Julia version may have changed. Julia Language support. To add Julia language support follow the instructions here. Uninstalling. To uninstall the demofiles and enviornment, call: invoke clean Demo guide. The basic outline of the JupyterLab demo is described in the file jupyterlab.md. External Repositories. Our invoke demofiles clones repos from other authors. The details of these repos are as follows:

Comments
  • you do not need to reinstall - just run build IJulia in the package manager to rebuild.
  • Just checked the IJulia page at github.com/JuliaLang/IJulia.jl and it does mention to set 'JUPYTER' env variable
  • I just verifited that julia is in the path. I installed everything inside a conda env. Continuing with the hypothetical path, /a/b/c/.conda/envs/v2/bin/julia is in the PATH after activating the conda env (v2)
  • even if you install julia under the conda path, that won't make it executable. you need to have the julia executable in your path. so the julia/bin folder. This should be the accepted answer.
  • Thanks but this seems to be installing yet another jupyter inside .julia directory. I already have a conda environment including python/jupyter etc and I had installed julia as well, using 'conda install'. I will also try suggestions by others and keep you all posted