1 | initial version |

It seems indeed that there is no standard way to setup the admin password noninteractively. Here is a possible workaround, that uses the fact that the password is stored in the file `~/.sage/sage_notebook.sagenbusers.pickle/`

. I attach an example (with the password `123456`

). The following two lines should solve your problem:

```
mkdir -p ~/.sage/sage_notebook.sagenb
cp /path/to/users.pickle ~/.sage/sage_notebook.sagenb/
```

2 | No.2 Revision |

It seems indeed that there is no standard way to setup the admin password noninteractively. Here is a possible workaround, that uses the fact that the password is stored in the file `~/.sage/sage_notebook.sagenbusers.pickle/`

. I attach an example of users.pickle (with the password `123456`

). The following two lines should solve your problem:

```
mkdir -p ~/.sage/sage_notebook.sagenb
cp /path/to/users.pickle ~/.sage/sage_notebook.sagenb/
```

Note: the file has a .png extension so that i can upload it on ask.sagemath.org, it is actually an ASCII file.

3 | No.3 Revision |

It seems indeed that there is no standard way to setup the admin password noninteractively. Here is a possible workaround, that uses the fact that the password is stored in the file

. I attach an example of users.pickle (with the password ~~~/.sage/sage_notebook.sagenbusers.pickle/~~~/.sage/sage_notebook.sagenb/users.pickle/`123456`

). The following two lines should solve your problem:

```
mkdir -p ~/.sage/sage_notebook.sagenb
cp /path/to/users.pickle ~/.sage/sage_notebook.sagenb/
```

Note: the file has a .png extension so that i can upload it on ask.sagemath.org, it is actually an ASCII file.

4 | No.4 Revision |

It seems indeed that there is no standard way to setup the admin password noninteractively. Here is a possible workaround, that uses the fact that the password is stored in the file `~/.sage/sage_notebook.sagenb/users.pickle/`

. I attach an example of users.pickle (with the password `123456`

). The following two lines should solve your problem:

```
mkdir -p ~/.sage/sage_notebook.sagenb
cp /path/to/users.pickle ~/.sage/sage_notebook.sagenb/
```

Note: the file has a .png extension so that i can upload it on ask.sagemath.org, it is actually an ASCII file.

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