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Jupyter console |version|

The Jupyter console is a terminal frontend for kernels using the Jupyter protocol. The console can be installed with:

pip install jupyter-console

If you want to use conda instead to perform your installation:

conda install -c conda-forge jupyter-console

And started with:

jupyter console

To see configuration options:

jupyter console -h

To start the console with a particular kernel, ask for it by name:

jupyter console --kernel=julia-0.4

A list of available kernels can be seen with:

jupyter kernelspec list

You can connect to a live kernel (e.g. one running in a notebook) with its ID:

jupyter console --existing KERNEL_ID

or even connect to the most recently started kernel by default:

jupyter console --existing

Contents:

.. toctree::
   :maxdepth: 2

   config_options
   release
   changelog