1 | initial version |

@Sebastien I tried what you mention.

`./sage -pip install jupyterlab`

`./sage -pip install RSIE`

Up to that point everythng was kind of ok

Then I did

`./sage -pip install hide_code`

(not `hide-code`

) and that's where everything got screwed.

I am uncompressing the binaries again. But then I have two questions

- How to make jupyter to start in my
`/user`

directory instead of`../sage-9.0-Ubuntu_18.04-x86_64/SageMath$`

- How do I install the
`hide_code`

extension, or something allowing to obtain the same effect : to teach mathematics it is often useful to show only the result (perhaps a figure), and ignore the code. How to do this using RISE? I tried the instructions here https://github.com/kirbs-/hide_code but that failed.

2 | No.2 Revision |

@Sebastien I tried what you mention.

`$ ./sage -pip install`

~~jupyterlab~~

`jupyterlab $ ./sage -pip install`

~~RSIE~~RISE

Up to that point ~~everythng ~~everything was kind of ok

Then I did

`$ ./sage -pip install`

~~hide_code~~hide_code

(not `hide-code`

) and that's where everything got screwed.

I am uncompressing the binaries again. But then I have two ~~questions ~~questions

- How to make jupyter to start in my
`/user`

directory instead of`../sage-9.0-Ubuntu_18.04-x86_64/SageMath$`

- How do I install the
`hide_code`

extension, or something allowing to obtain the same effect : to teach mathematics it is often useful to show only the result (perhaps a figure), and ignore the code. How to do this using RISE? I tried the instructions here https://github.com/kirbs-/hide_code but that failed.

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