[IPython-dev] IPython notebook on Windows Azure
Thu Jun 7 17:33:03 CDT 2012
I recently wrote an installation guide for getting IPython master on EC2.
Using Ubuntu at both ends. The guide could be easily translated to use
other OSs, it's only using ssh to log in that'll differ.
The guide could do with checking for accuracy, anyone?, but it's there if
you can use it. I don't mind working on some docs for EC2 if someone a bit
more clued up on IPython would offer to act as an editor, just to make sure
my stuff is correct and current.
On Jun 7, 2012 11:17 PM, "Thomas Kluyver" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On 7 June 2012 22:24, Brian Granger <email@example.com> wrote:
> > The "they" in this case was Fernando and I ;-) and we were meaning to
> > email the list about this today, but you beat us to it.
> Ah, apologies for stealing your thunder ;-). There was a bit of buzz
> about Linux instances on Azure, which made me go and look at it.
> We should make sure this - and equivalent instructions for AWS - are
> clearly linked from our own site.
> Also, if we're getting people to install from master, we should think
> a bit about the future:
> - These docs will probably be around for some time: will we always
> recommend installing unreleased versions, or is that just while the
> notebook is still improving so rapidly?
> - What's the upgrade situation? We could easily end up with lots of
> people running arbitrary development releases from whichever day they
> ran the setup, with no obvious 'update' command.
> For the latter point, I think Ubuntu with Julian's ipython-dev PPA is
> a decent answer. It delivers new versions automatically, but if we
> break something and the tests fail, no new package is built until the
> tests are passing again. It also simplifies installation, because it
> automatically pulls in pyzmq and tornado.
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