Install Custom Software
Users are able to run
sudo apt <command> in a terminal of a Jupyter or
!sudo apt <command> --assume-yes in a Jupyter Notebook to install required softwares in the environment.
Notebooks, sometimes, are failed to spawn or run into troubles because user programs/environments. Now users are able to investigate failures and shoot troubles from logs of Notebook Logs.
When a user's jupyter pod cannot be launched successfully, try to launch the Notebook under Safe Mode for troubleshooting. If the Notebook can be launched under Safe Mode, which implies two possible causes
- User's home folder
/home/jovyanis full so that jupyter is not able to write its own files successfully.
- There is something wrong with packages which are installed by users causing problems during Jupyter initialization.
Under Safe Mode, try to
- Clean up home folder to make space for Jupyter.
- Uninstall installed packages one-by-one to find out which package interrupt Jupyter initialization.