The sandbox + sandbot installs of jupyter are documented in the following git repo:
In sum, we have found that running 10-12 independent jupyters per user was much more stable and less demanding than the TLDH install.
Notes on the installation of the pi of 2021-2023 are here: JupyterPi
In terms of loosening security (useful for local web testing via the jupyter tabs)...
"CORS" errors on ajax calls:
c.NotebookApp.allow_origin = '*'
First experimentations (not active anymore)
We have an installation based on TLDH
At the moment the install is https://notebook.xpub.nl/
It was installed on a VPS on OVH following these instructions
In the end used "lab" and not "jupyterlab" for the user_environment setting.
Installed the git extension with:
sudo -E conda install jupyterlab-git -c conda-forge
But maybe considering uninstalling this... it's not super well integrated ... pulling changes leaves the notebook in a weird detached state -- need to close and reopen notebooks to see changes. Also the constand polling of the git interface is disturbing...
nbgitpuller link generator: https://jupyterhub.github.io/nbgitpuller/link?hub=https://notebook.xpub.nl
OK this seems to work, and each time you click on the link it pulls the repo -- merging if necessary! (important for people to realize if they make changes to be sure they want to merge when clicking)