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change the jupyter sage kernel to be MUCH simpler (in our Docker container) #2201

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williamstein opened this Issue Jul 17, 2017 · 2 comments

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williamstein commented Jul 17, 2017

I just created this 2-liner kernel – incredibly simple and works fine; this is massively simpler than what is currently in our Docker image.

~/.local/share/jupyter/kernels/sageroed$ more kernel.json
{
 "display_name": "David Roe's SageMath",
 "argv": ["/projects/da1818ed-996d-4de6-acc6-361415b7725d/Src/sage-roed/sage", "--python", "-m", "sage.repl.ipython_kernel","--m
atplotlib=inline", "-f", "{connection_file}"]
}
~/.local/share/jupyter/kernels/sageroed$ ls
kernel.json
~/.local/share/jupyter/kernels/sageroed$
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Fixed now.

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williamstein commented Sep 6, 2017

Fixed now.

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Could this be an inspiration to solve the problem at #2351 about
adding a Jupyter kernel for a user-installed Sage?

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slel commented Sep 8, 2017

Could this be an inspiration to solve the problem at #2351 about
adding a Jupyter kernel for a user-installed Sage?

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