IJulia/Jupyter and Powershell

I’m trying to get Jupyter setup and running from the repl started in Powershell on Windows 10.

While I finally was able to find the token by hunting for a jupyter executable in $HOME\.julia\conda\3\Scripts\jupyter.exe, it took me quite a while to find it.

I know this question has been asked before, but I haven’t seen an answer posted anywhere, is there a reason why running notebook(dir=“.”) or jupyterlab(dir=“.”) doesn’t print the token to the screen so the user can log in easily the first time?


-David O.

(edit: corrected the powershell path to where jupyter.exe was explicitly sitting for future reference.)

I would like to know this as well. I think they don’t output anything from the notebook process.

One workaround is to run jupyter notebook list.
There you can get a list of running notebooks with a link+token