I am a macbook user, since the JuliaBox is extremely slow, so I am trying to use the Jupyter notebook based on my own computer. However, when I am running the following code, something went wrong.
Updating registry at
┌ Info: Please Authenticate… └ @ TokenManager /Users/vagrant/worker/juliapro-release-osx1011-0_6/build/tmp_julia/Julia-1.1.app/Contents/Resources/julia/share/julia/stdlib/v1.1/TokenManager/src/TokenManager.jl:47
And this problem happens also when I am trying to add other new packages!
I really don’t know how to solve this problem. I have searched on google, and try to download the token, but it makes no sense. So can anyone help me to solve this problem? Thanks a lot!
The vagrant in the path seems to indicate that you are using Vagrant.
I’m not familiar with JuliaPro - but I was not aware that it used Vagrant.
Also, putting my size 8 feet in here, you have chosen JuiliaPro. Maybe good reasons for that.
Have you tried the ‘vanilla’ version?
Thank you for replying, so do you mean that there are some problems with “path” or with the version of “Juliapro”? I download the Juliapro from the official website, i think the version will be correct. Can you give me some suggestions of what could i do next? i would appreciate it a lot.
I think i have solved the problem! The reason is that i havn’t authenticate on the Juliapro. After i authenticate on the Juliapro using my giithub account, the problems is perfectly solved!
I am sorry but I am not seeing how I can authenticate on JuliaPro?
I would appreciate any help.
You just need to do a package operation within the JuliaPro app itself — it’ll pop up an authentication window that will allow you to log in. Once authorized, you can happily use Jupyter with JuliaPro’s julia.
I’m getting no popup - it just does nothing after “please authenticate” and eventually times out. This happens both using Pkg.add from the REPL prompt or entering the pkg> mode and issuing an “add…” statement.
(Using JuliaPro in Linux)
Where should this popup appear?