I supposedly added a LaTeX environment, but the compressed deploy was too huge for a free Heroku plan (see
Archiving this repo on 2018-11-18, 15:54 ETC.
Jupyter will not start, if the environment variable
was not set.
If you want to customize your app, easiest is to fork this repository.
If you forked this repository, you can link it to your heroku app afterwards.
Push this repository to your app or fork this repository on github and link your repository to your heroku app.
Use the heroku-buildpack-conda:
$ heroku buildpacks:set https://github.com/pl31/heroku-buildpack-conda.git -a <your_app>
Jupyter notebook will not start until the environment variable
JUPYTER_NOTEBOOK_PASSWORD is set. Use a good password:
$ heroku config:set JUPYTER_NOTEBOOK_PASSWORD=<your_passwd> -a <your_app>
If you are really sure, that you do not want a password protected notebook
server, you can set
cf set-env. Do not forget to restart application.
JUPYTER_NOTEBOOK_PASSWORD: Set password for notebooks
JUPYTER_NOTEBOOK_PASSWORD_DISABLED: Set to
DangerZone!to disable password protection
JUPYTER_NOTEBOOK_ARGS: Additional command line args passed to
jupyter notebook; e.g. get a more verbose logging using
If you want to use a special python version, you should set it in your environment.yml:
name: root dependencies: - python=2.7 - ...
Experimental feature - in work