Install Zeppelin 0.7.3 on Windows 10 using Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL)

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This page summarizes the steps to install Zeppelin version 0.7.3 on Windows 10 via Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL).

Version 0.8.1

When running Zeppelin in Ubuntu, the server may pick up one host address that is not accessible, for example, and the the remote interpreter connection cannot be established successfully. The logic has changed in this version and I cannot find a fix yet without change the source code.

Thus, the page is still using version 0.7.3 to demo.


Follow either of the following pages to install WSL in a system or non-system drive on your Windows 10.

I also recommend you to install Hadoop 3.2.0 on your WSL following the second page.

After the above exercises, you WSL should already have JDK 1.8 installed.

Now let’s start to install Apache Zeppelin 0.7.3 in WSL.

Download binary package

Find out the latest Zeppelin binary package from the Download page:

For me the closest location is:

Run the following command to download the binary:


It may take a while to download.

Unzip the binary package

Unzip the binary package using the command below:

tar -xvzf zeppelin-0.7.3-bin-all.tgz -C ~/hadoop

Now Zeppelin is extracted to folder ~/hadoop/zeppelin-0.7.3-bin-all.

Start Zeppelin service

Start Zeppelin by running the following command:

cd ~/hadoop

cd zeppelin-0.7.3-bin-all/

bin/ start

You can see a successful log message like the following  in the zeppelin log file if the service is started:

({main}[main]:197) - Done, zeppelin server started

Open Zeppelin portal

In any browser, navigate to the following website: http://localhost:8080/.

8080 is the default port number. If you have changed it in Zeppelin configuration, remember to change the URL accordingly.

The UI looks like the following:


Stop Zeppelin service

Run the following command to stop the service:

bin/ stop

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