Notebook hangs when run from command line
I'm getting comfortable with Sage with my own work, and have tasked my students with registering at sagenb.org and working through some problems. I would like to run a Sage server from my desktop machine at home to access when I'm out, instead of trying to synchronize my worksheets.
I'm running OS X 10.7 on a Mac Mini, and have properly forwarded the appropriate port. When I run sage in the Terminal, then the command
notebook(interface='', server_pool=['sage1@localhost'], accounts=False, secure=True)
things seem to work smoothly. I can access the login screen from a remote machine, run worksheets, and evaluate commands. However, when I try to run sage from the command line with
...sage --notebook interface='' server_pool=['sage1@localhost'] accounts=False secure=True
I'm still able to access the login screen from a remote machine and run worksheets, but when I try to evaluate something it hangs. The command I'm using is something I put together from pieces I found on the Sage wiki, but I admit even after reading a number of tutorials over and over I'm still not sure what all the parameters mean.
I'd like to run this server at boot, so I'm calling it via a bash script. If there's another way to do things I'm all ears. Does anyone have any suggestions?