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Sage notebook with secure connection

asked 2011-05-21 07:57:44 -0500

avi9526 gravatar image

updated 2011-05-21 07:59:03 -0500

I am using next command line to run sage notebook

gnome-terminal -e "/home/avi9526/Programs/sage-4.6.2-linux-32bit-ubuntu_10.04_lts-i686-Linux-i686-Linux/sage -n port=8000 accounts=1 open_viewer=0 interface='' ulimit='-v 500000'"

but, notebook tell me that I am crazy and someone can get access to my account (really I haven't important data in sage account). If I try to run with secure=True - sage ask me for a domain name, I type it (or just think that it was it) and get no warning about insecure mode, but, also - no access to sage notebook from world or from localhost. I really need to run with secure=True ? If yes - then how to get working web interface ?

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Are you just trying to use it on your computer, or from outside?

kcrisman gravatar imagekcrisman ( 2011-05-21 15:33:07 -0500 )edit

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answered 2011-05-21 15:34:20 -0500

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If you are just trying to run the notebook on your own computer, you should just be able to do

./sage -n

(which could be the whole thing above which you do, except the part after -n) and enjoy a web browser pop up with the notebook.

Do remember, though, that arbitrary Python code can be executed from the notebook, so nasty things can be done via an insecure notebook accessed from off line. If you're trying to set up a server, see (for instance) this wiki page in addition to the notebook documentation.

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