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I do not believe that Sage has a "daemon mode", but there is a Trac ticket on it [1]. Usually, screen or nohup will accomplish the desired effect, and they have been suggested on sage-support [2].

Regarding security, it might be useful to enable HTTPS via the notebook(secure=True) option and to use a strong password. If you intend to make this notebook publicly available for anyone to use, there are some more things to consider, like running the server with restricted user permissions.

I do not believe that Sage has a "daemon mode", but there is a Trac ticket on it [1]. Usually, screen or nohup will accomplish the desired effect, and they have been suggested on sage-support [2].

Regarding security, it might be useful to enable HTTPS via the notebook(secure=True) option and to use a strong password. If you intend to make this notebook publicly available for anyone to use, there are some more things to consider, like running the server with restricted user permissions.

I do not believe that Sage has a "daemon mode", but there is a Trac ticket on it [1]. Usually, screen or nohup will accomplish the desired effect, and they have been suggested on sage-support [2].

Regarding security, it might be useful to enable HTTPS via the notebook(secure=True) option and to use a strong password. If you intend to make this notebook publicly available for anyone to use, there are some more things to consider, like running the server with restricted user permissions.

I do not believe that Sage has a "daemon mode", but there is a Trac ticket on it [1]. Usually, screen or nohup will accomplish the desired effect, and they have been suggested on sage-support sage-support [2].

Regarding security, it might be useful to enable HTTPS via the notebook(secure=True) option and to use a strong password. If you intend to make this notebook publicly available for anyone to use, there are some more things to consider, like running the server with restricted user permissions.

I do not believe that Sage has a "daemon mode", mode" yet, but there ticket 381 is a Trac ticket on it [1]. tracking this. Usually, screen or nohup will accomplish the desired effect, and they have been suggested on sage-support [2].

Regarding security, it might be useful to enable HTTPS via the notebook(secure=True) option and to use a strong password. If you intend to make this notebook publicly available for anyone to use, there are some more things to consider, like running the server with restricted user permissions.