# RISE in Jupyter

Hello to eveyone,

I wnated to install and use RISE to make Jupyter presentations from Sagemath, but something went wrong. I did it once, and it works with one laptop, but when trying to do the same with anoter (freshly installed Ubuntu 18.04), I ran in trouble.

I compiled sage-8.8 from the source.

I got the instructions to install RISE from here,(changing to lower case does not affect the result) and also here.

- When i ltry to execute
`~.../sage-8.8$ ./sage -pip install RISE`

I get an error that begins with :

`pip is configured with locations that require TLS/SSL, however the ssl module in Python is not available....`

- On the other hand I followed these instructions (option 2) to add
`sage`

as a command. Then when I do

`sage -pip install RISE`

from a terminal (in arbitray directory), I get

`sage-run received unknown option: -pip`

`usage: sage [options]`

`Try 'sage -h' for more information`

Note however that `sage -n jupyter`

launches Jupyter correctly.

Thanks!