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cause I'm very sad that i left my laptop at school,but I can't have fun all the time,So I rent a vps which have high performance than I have and set up a jupyterlab on it,It's very nice that I can play some funny things on it.I have tried to use a Cloud Studio on Tencent,it will let us thought is my data safe enough? install install jupyterlab pip3 install jupyterlab setup login password create a python document named,write as follows: from notebook.auth import passwd passwd() you will get a hash password when you input your password as the runs python3 generate a config,your will get the config address when it finished jupyter notebook --genera......

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