# Use Remote SSH in Visual Studio Code
In this tutorial, we will take you through the steps required to connect Visual Studio Code on your local machine to a remote cnvrg workspace.
You must have the following installed on your local machine:
- Go to your project's Workspaces tab and launch any workspace type inside cnvrg. Wait for the setup to complete.
- On your local machine, run the command
cnvrg ssh start workspace_idin a terminal session.
workspace_id can be found in the URL for the workspace.
For example, if your workspace is live at
https://app.cnvrg.io/acme/projects/recommender/notebook_sessions/show/ekqjsnzerv9x5t62y7yd, then the
workspace_id would be
The corresponding example command would be:
cnvrg ssh start ekqjsnzerv9x5t62y7yd.
- Wait for
ssh to start. During this time, cnvrg will automatically install the requirements in the workspace. When it has started, the command will tell you the
passwordfor the SSH session.
- In your local Visual Studio Code, open the Extensions tab and add the extension
Remote - SSH.
- Open the
Command Palette. Search for
Remote-SSH: Add New SSH Host....
- Enter the SSH command based on what
cnvrg ssh starthas told you:
ssh user@localhost -p <port>
- You may be prompted to choose which
ssh configfile to update. Choose the relevant config file from the list.
- Go to the Remote - SSH tab of Visual Studio Code and connect to the newly added SSH host from your IDE.
- You will be prompted for the
- Congratulations, you will now have connected to the remote workspace! However, we should now set the correct folder to access the remote files.
- Click Open Folder.
- Set the path as
- You will be prompted to re-enter the password.
- Now you are done! You can access the files and use your remote compute, right from your local Visual Studio Code.