nbgitpuller can work on any computer, but it is most-commonly used with a JupyterHub. By installing nbgitpuller in the user environment for your hub, it means that all users will be able to click nbgitpuller links to get the content.
To set up a JupyterHub
If you do not have a JupyterHub, we recommend trying out The Littlest JupyterHub to set one up. It comes built in with nbgitpuller.
For more information about JupyterHub, see the JupyterHub Documentation.
You can install
nbgitpuller from PyPI with
pip install nbgitpuller
If you use multiple environments in your JupyterHub, make sure you install
nbgitpuller in the environment that the jupyter notebook or
jupyter server process is running from. You can validate this by running
`jupyter serverextension list` - it should have an entry that says `nbgitpuller enabled`.
nbgitpuller link shows 404 Not Found¶
If you are on an old version of Jupyter Notebook, you might get a 404 Not Found error when trying to access an nbgitpuller link. You might need to manually enable the server extension that handles nbgitpuller.
jupyter serverextension enable nbgitpuller --sys-prefix