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Re: jupyter notebook immediately crashes with dead kernel

Run Jupyter-notebook from terminal. Send log report which you'll get on terminal while running jupyter-notebook.

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On Tuesday, November 6, 2018 5:30 AM, D. R. Evans <doc.evans@gmail.com> wrote:

> Running current debian stable (64-bit).
> I installed the jupyter-notebook package (which caused several other packages
> associated with python3 to be installed).
> There was no indication of any problems with the installation, and I didn't
> see any messages suggesting that anything else needs to be done to run jupyter.
> But when I run the application and try to create a new notebook using File |
> New Notebook | Python3 on the web page
> http://localhost:8888/notebooks/Untitled1.ipynb?kernel_name=python3, the
> python3 kernel will not start and I get a message saying that it has died.
> Attempts to restart the kernel produce the same result.
> What else do I need to do to get this package to work? Or is there somewhere
> on the system where I can find a more useful error message?
> Doc Evans
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