* guix-jupyter and allowing network access in isolated containers
@ 2021-09-10 8:11 jgart via Guix-Science
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From: jgart via Guix-Science @ 2021-09-10 8:11 UTC (permalink / raw)
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An isolated guix-jupyter container does not have access to the internet by default as I read from your blog
post and from the source code of guix-kernel.
What would be the best way to allow networking in a guix-kernel/guix-jupyter isolated container?
Should I be modifying the code for eval/container* in order to create a custom jupyter kernel that allows network access for code run in notebook cells?
Some places were eval/container* is found in the code:
I'm assuming that the --network command line option won't work with guix-kernel and why I'm
asking about creating my own modified jupyter kernel container instance with network access.
Does it makes sense to have a majic to allow a guix-jupyter notebook user access to the internet?
like `direnv allow`
after the corresponding cli option of `guix environment --network`
I'm interested in this feature for guix-jupyter because I am putting together a demo notebook
showcasing requests to the GeneNetwork REST API.
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