I’m using WSL2 on Windows 11. I run
bash notebook.bash from the command line to start Jupyter. This is my notebook.bash file:
#!/bin/bash source /home/maxloo/anaconda3/bin/activate conda init source ~/.bashrc cd ../src # pip install tensorflow pip install tensorflow[and-cuda] jupyter notebook
However, when I run this code, my PC will hang for about 90 seconds. Then, it will provide an output with an error in the terminal, something like:
To access the notebook, open this file in a browser: file:///home/maxloo/.local/share/jupyter/runtime/nbserver-2260-open.html Or copy and paste one of these URLs: http://localhost:8888/?token=386fb1abbf0735063abd12ddfc242241325be27780102d1c or http://127.0.0.1:8888/?token=386fb1abbf0735063abd12ddfc242241325be27780102d1c D3D12: Removing Device. Segmentation fault
Is there a way to resolve this? I find the 90 seconds delay to be quite cumbersome.
In addition, I just realised, after I clicked on one of the URLs in the output, although the Jupyter notebook is displayed in the browser, there are more warnings or errors in the terminal:
[I 12:11:54.718 NotebookApp] 302 GET /?token=386fb1abbf0735063abd12ddfc242241325be27780102d1c (127.0.0.1) 0.750000ms 0.00s - Debugger warning: It seems that frozen modules are being used, which may 0.00s - make the debugger miss breakpoints. Please pass -Xfrozen_modules=off 0.00s - to python to disable frozen modules. 0.00s - Note: Debugging will proceed. Set PYDEVD_DISABLE_FILE_VALIDATION=1 to disable this validation.
Are these warnings or errors about frozen modules important?