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How to use Jupyter for multiuser environment



This section explains you how to use JupyterHub for providing multiuser environment for R-Developer Kit.


  1. login to jupyter hub using ubuntu

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  3. This will log you as an ubuntu user to the jupyterhub notebook.By default R-Developer Kit comes with ubuntu user.

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  5. This VM comes with Jupyter with R-Kernel which provides a browser based IDE with the ability to create and share R based notebooks

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  7. create new user and login with the that user.
  8. To add new user, RDP to your VM, open terminal and enter sudo adduser "username" command.

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  10. This will create the new user. Fullsetup is copied into the home directory of new user.
    Each added user will get a separate R environment with R-Studio, Jupyter notebook and GUI desktop.
  11. login to jupyter with new user

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  13. New server will spawn for this user which will have completely seperate ipython/jupyter enviroment from ubuntu user.

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  15. This is new user homepage.
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  17. R environment with R-Studio is created on desktop for new user. RDP to your VM and login with new user created in above step 5.

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    • This way Jupyterhub is used to create jupyter/ipython enviroment for multiple users.Instead of subscribing to multiple VMs, one can subscribe to single VM and create multiple user to use the notebook.
    • It can be used in a classes of students, a corporate data science group or scientific research group.
    • It is a multi-user Hub that spawns, manages, and proxies multiple instances of the single-user Jupyter notebook server.