I was trying to remove users from my TLJH Ubuntu azure virtual machine. I first removed them from the JupyterHub Admin page, but that left their folders in
/home so I should’ve just used
userdel but I didn’t think of that at first and I naively did
rm -rf jupyter-* which deleted all of the jupyter-admin owned content from my jupyter-admin’s home folder. The only thing left was a root owned folder called
.conda. I can tell looking at the other profiles, that they also have
.bash_logout which I copied over from another user, but I’m wondering what other folders I may have deleted. Everything seems to be running fine, so maybe I should let it go, but my paranoia is causing anxiety. Here’s what my folder looks like now, is this right?
Thank you, and sorry if this is a dumb question.
PS, I created a new
.condarc file by running
sudo -E conda config --add channels conda-forge - I think I had forgotten the
sudo -E before which is maybe why it got deleted. But maybe I shouldn’t have a
.condarc file here? I can’t remember if I used
--channel conda-forge when installing packages when I set the jupyterhub up.