How to Set Up the Jupyter Notebook Home and Public Server in WSL2 (TLDR)

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progThe Founder’s Guide:

How to Set Up the Jupyter Notebook Home and Public Server in WSL2 (TLDR)

A complete step-by-step tutorial without explanations

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“I want to run Jupyter Notebook on my desktop and access it from my laptop at home and in public places over the internet…”

Introduction:

It might not seem like it but that simple statement is actually pretty hard to do without previous system administration experience. It requires general knowledge about networking, servers, and command-line tools. It involves network types, connection types, routers, firewalls, firewall rules, ports, port forwarding, policies, protocols, proxies, security, IP addresses, network adapters, configuration files, shells, commands, scripts, and task schedules.