Notebooks accessed from Google Drive probably aren't in a real folder on
your filesystem, so I guess the kernel is running somewhere else. To see
where the kernel is running, do:
On 9 August 2017 at 18:41, ion sola <xol...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I am new in python, and I am trying to run a script in Jupyter notebook
> that calls to some .py files but when I try to import them an error
> appears: "No module named..." Everything worked fine in the beginning but I
> added Jupyter Drive to export some images to Google Drive and it is not
> working anymore:
> (I added this in the command prompt)
> pip install --upgrade
> git clone git://github.com/jupyter/jupyter-drive.git
> pip install -e jupyter-drive
> python -m jupyterdrive
> ipython profile create nbserver
> ipython notebook --profile=nbserver
> I have uploaded the main file in ipynb extension and all the py files in
> the same folder but some problem appears again and again. Any idea?
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