This is the standalone Sage Notebook.
Most of the notebook does not depend on having Sage installed. Only a few miscellaneous functions are imported from Sage. We welcome help in making the notebook completely independent from Sage, or indeed, any other help with the Sage notebook. Sage notebook development discussions happen on the sage-notebook mailing list.
Install Sage, then do
sage -python setup.py install in the current
directory. Then run the notebook from within Sage as follows:
sage: import sagenb.notebook.notebook_object as nb sage: nb.notebook(directory="mynotebook")
This will create a directory
mynotebook.sagenb, and all notebook
data is stored in that directory.
SSL is required for OpenID and accessing HTTPS from the Sage shell. Your
Sage install should usually support SSL out of the box, but if you
compiled it from source on a machine without the libssl headers, it may
not. You can check for SSL support by running
import ssl in the Sage
console. If you get an error, then do the following.
- Install the libssl headers on your system. On Debian-based systems,
one way to do this is to run
sudo apt-get install libssl-dev.
- Recompile Sage's internal Python interpreter by running
sage -f python.
See the Sage Developer's guide, part of the Sage documentation, for instructions.