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[Clearml-Session Question] Why Does Jupyter Lab Have Only Token In Url While Code-Server Doesn’T?

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why does jupyter lab have only token in url while code-server doesn’t?

  
  
Posted one year ago
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@<1523701070390366208:profile|CostlyOstrich36> Hello. Oh, sorry for the lack of explanation.when i execute the command “clearml-session ~“, jupyter url format is ‘ None :{local_jupyter_port}/?token={jupyter_token}’ and vs code url format is just ‘ None :{local_vscode_port}’ like the pic i attached here. I wonder why vs code url doesn’t have token.
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Posted one year ago

Hi @<1524922424720625664:profile|TartLeopard58> , can you elaborate on what do you mean by code-server?

  
  
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