Resolved: Location of localhost on harddrive
As a followup to Nwakaego Benedicta Anayo-Chukwu's question, where or how can I find the localhost on my harddrive? I'm downloading the ipynb files and saving them on my harddrive but obviously not in the correct place.
Thanks for reaching out.
Actually "localhost" is not a physical location on your hard drive but a way to access services running on your computer, such as a Jupyter notebook server. To find Jupyter notebook files on your hard drive, look in the directory where the Jupyter server was started or save files there from the Jupyter interface. You can place `.ipynb` files in this directory to access them through the Jupyter server or start the server in the directory where your files are located.
Hope this helps.
So, to rephrase and improve my question, how do I find out from what directory the Jupyter server was started? Is there an easier way than searching my harddrive for .ipynb files that I don't recognize?
And, thanks, that did help.
Searching my harddrive did the trick. I'm guessing that if I'd been paying attention when I first installed Jupyter I would have already known.
Thanks again, Tsvetelin.