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Jupyter Server Finding Kernels
How Jupyter Server finds IPython Kernel?
When you start the Jupyter Notebook Server, it will automatically find available Conda environments with IPython Kernel installed in 2 ways.
1. Search for Kernel Spec files. This is equivalent to running the "jupyter kernelspec list" command.
fyicenter$ jupyter kernelspec list faq /home/fyicenter/.local/share/jupyter/kernels/faq center /home/fyicenter/.local/share/jupyter/kernels/center python3 /usr/local/anaconda3/share/jupyter/kernels/python3
2. Search for any Conda environments that have IPython Kernel installed. In other words, if a Conda environment with IPython Kernel has no kernelspec file, it will still be listed on the Jupyter Notebook Web portal with a default display name like:
Python [Conda env:test]
⇒ Connect Jupyter Console to IPython Kernel
⇐ Make IPython Kernel Available for Jupyter
⇑ Installing IPython as Jupyter Kernel
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