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The SageMathCell installer

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Introduction

Yep, you can use this NOT simple installation. Oops, does not work. Use the SageMathCell installer, because it is just easier :).

Portability

The SageMathCell installer tested on Ubuntu Server 14.04 LTS, Ubuntu Desktop 14.04 LTS, Ubuntu Desktop 15.04 and Debian 7.8.

Installation

Install the sagecell from PyPI

$ sudo pip install sagecell

Install the sagecell from GitHub

$ sudo pip install git+git://github.com/korniichuk/sagecell#egg=sagecell

Upgrade the sagecell from PyPI

$ sudo pip install -U sagecell

or:

$ sudo pip install --upgrade sagecell

Uninstall the sagecell

$ sudo pip uninstall sagecell

Development installation

$ git clone git://github.com/korniichuk/sagecell.git
$ cd sagecell
$ sudo pip install .

Quickstart

First, install the SageMathCell:

$ sagecell install

Second, make sure that you can login to a localhost without entering password:

$ ssh localhost

Note

You can setup SSH for auto login to localhost without a password like this: $ sagecell ssh.

Third, start the SageMathCell:

$ sagecell start

Important

Do not close the current terminal.

Fourth, open a new terminal for the next command:

$ sagecell open

This command open browser with the SageMathCell.

Express

$ sagecell install
$ sagecell ssh
$ sagecell start

# In a new terminal
$ sagecell open

User guide

Help

The standard output for –help:

$ sagecell -h

or:

$ sagecell --help

For information on using subcommand “SUBCOMMAND”, do:

$ sagecell SUBCOMMAND -h

or:

$ sagecell SUBCOMMAND --help

Example:

$ sagecell install -h

Version

The standard output for –version:

$ sagecell -v

or:

$ sagecell --version

Install the SageMathCell

$ sagecell install

Start the SageMathCell

$ sagecell start

Setup SSH for auto login to localhost without a password

$ sagecell ssh

If you are familiar with ssh-keygen, ssh-copy-id and ssh-add, this code also setup SSH for auto login to localhost without a password [1]:

$ ssh-keygen -t rsa -b 4096 -N '' -f ~/.ssh/id_rsa
$ ssh-copy-id localhost
$ eval "$(ssh-agent -s)"
$ ssh-add ~/.ssh/id_rsa

Start the SageMathCell automatically on boot

With the SageMathCell installer

$ sagecell auto

Note

The default port number is 8888.

For changing a port number. First, open the /usr/local/bin/sagecellscript file:

$ sudo nano /usr/local/bin/sagecellscript

or:

$ su -c "nano /usr/local/bin/sagecellscript"

Second, change the last line from:

../sage/sage web_server.py

to:

../sage/sage web_server.py -p PORT_NUMBER

Where:

  • PORT_NUMBER – a port number.

Example:

../sage/sage web_server.py -p 6363

Without the SageMathCell installer

First, install screen:

$ sudo apt-get install screen

or:

$ su -c "apt-get install screen"

Second, create the /usr/local/sbin/sagecellscript file:

#! /bin/sh

cd ~/sc_build/sagecell
../sage/sage web_server.py

or:

#! /bin/sh

cd ~/sc_build/sagecell
../sage/sage web_server.py -p PORT_NUMBER

Where:

  • PORT_NUMBER – a port number.

Note

The default port number is 8888.

Example:

#! /bin/sh

cd ~/sc_build/sagecell
../sage/sage web_server.py -p 6363

Third, make the /usr/local/sbin/sagecellscript file executable:

$ sudo chmod 755 /usr/local/sbin/sagecellscript

or:

$ su -c "chmod 755 /usr/local/sbin/sagecellscript"

Fourth, open the /etc/rc.local file:

$ sudo nano /etc/rc.local

or:

$ su -c "nano /etc/rc.local"

Add the next command below the comment, but leave the line exit 0 at the end, then save the file and exit:

sudo -u USERNAME screen -dmS sagecell /usr/local/sbin/sagecellscript

or:

su USERNAME -c "screen -dmS sagecell /usr/local/sbin/sagecellscript"

Where:

  • USERNAME – a username.

Example:

sudo -u albert screen -dmS sagecell /usr/local/sbin/sagecellscript

or:

su albert -c "screen -dmS sagecell /usr/local/sbin/sagecellscript"

Disable the terms of service requirement

For disabling the terms of service requirement. First, open the ~/sc_build/sagecell/config.py file:

$ nano ~/sc_build/sagecell/config.py

Second, change the line of code from:

requires_tos = True

to:

requires_tos = False

Third, reboot a server from command line:

$ reboot

Footnotes

[1]https://help.github.com/articles/generating-ssh-keys/

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