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The solution here asks to install the latest notebook, but I was unable to find how to do so. https://stackoverflow.com/questions/16496687/unable-to-open-an-existing-notebook-in-ipython-notebook

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Found it. Here's how:

sudo pip install --upgrade ipython[all]

It then complains about missing jinja2.

sudo pip install jinja2
  • I would recommend doing pip install --user instead, so you don't have to pollute the site's installation. It's just safer. – Emre Mar 17 '14 at 23:57
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    For me, sudo pip install jupyter was missing. – Martin Thoma Nov 14 '15 at 21:56

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