Hi Keith,

please try this:

c.MappingKernelManager.default_kernel_name =
'your_kerne_name...maybe_groovy'

in ipython_notebook_config.py

completely untested. I would be happy to include the groovy stuff in the
main image :)

Thanks,
Bjoern


Am 09.05.2016 um 01:20 schrieb Suderman Keith:
> How do I make my custom kernel the default when starting a Jupyter 
> interactive environment?
> 
> I have written a native Jupyter kernel for Groovy, that is, a Jupyter kernel 
> written in Groovy that listens to, and responds on, the appropriate ZMQ 
> sockets.  I have also extended the bgruening/docker-jupyter-notebook docker 
> image to add my kernel and modified the jupyter.ini file to use my Docker 
> image.
> 
> This all works.
> 
> I can launch a Jupyter Notebook (or use 'jupyter console --kernel groovy' 
> from the command line) and interact with Galaxy.  I can launch an interactive 
> Jupyter environment in Galaxy and select 'Kernels -> Change kernel -> Groovy' 
> and all of the above works fine; I just want my kernel to be the default.
> 
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