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Licence manager issues with qjupyter

usr19031906
New Contributor

I am trying to start qJupyter on one of our servers. 
I am not an expert in docker. I know just enough to get by. 

I am starting the docker image with the following line: 

 

 

sudo docker run --rm -it -h=`hostname` --mount type=bind,source=${QHOME}/k4.lic,target=/opt/kx/q/k4.lic -e QLIC='/opt/kx/q/' -p 8888:8888 kxsys/jupyterq

 

 

 

 

Everything looks fine and I can access the jupyter notebook through the browser 

Alex4_0-1700654671544.png

The python kernel works fine. 
The q kernel shows this pop-up 

Alex4_1-1700654766152.png

and I also see these errors in my terminal 

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In the container I have the following env: 

usr19031906_0-1700655202175.png

 

and in QHOME in the container I have these: 

Alex4_4-1700654917080.png

 

Does anyone know why I keep getting the k4.lic error? 

 

 

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Laura
Community Manager Community Manager
Community Manager

Hi @usr19031906 , 

I'm not very familiar with qJupyter as it is an external resource, but I would maybe suggest testing your k4.lic by ensuring q runs from your terminal.

If that's not working, you might need to grab a new license from kdb License Free Trial Options | KX

I'll leave this topic open and maybe some others in our community will have experience with qJupyter.

Thanks,

Laura