I'm curious to know whether you can run Sage on a local machine but have your worksheets saved on DropBox. Then, I could run on my home or work computer and see the same worksheets. An answer to the question Execute notebook sessions without storing it at the server says that such functionality was being worked on in Spring 2011. What is the current status? Can it be done, or is this unwise for some security reason?
I just started to do this a few days ago. I set the variable
You can instead set
Edit: set the environment variable
Then restart your terminal window so this file is read and executed. Then run Sage. If you want to check what Sage thinks
I've now upgraded to Mac OS 10.8.2 (Mountain Lion) and am having some trouble getting Sage to read the dropbox files. I could use some advice.
I can get the notebook to open and run by using the following command at a sage prompt:
Based on some experimenting, Sage isn't finding the dropbox directory when I try entering other things for the directory.
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