[IPython-dev] Easy Installation
Sat Jun 9 21:15:56 CDT 2012
The first version of my app is live. I've called it NotebookCloud.
There's a lot more bells and whistles I'd like to add, but I want to
tidy up the code before I add anything new now. All the main features
are there and it all seems to work well. I've only tested it the
interface on Chromium, but it's standard stuff, so it should work in
all but IE.
You'll need an AWS and a Google account for this to work, but it only
takes a minute to set up if you have those already. You can delete
your account in one click and you can obviously log into AWS and
change your keys if you need to be sure my app hasn't got access any
I've set it up so that it will not recognise, or effect, anything on
your AWS account that wasn't launched by your NotebookCloud account.
Obviously, if you delete your account and create a new one, which
takes about a minute, it won't recognise anything it did from your old
account on your new one. You can only have up to one NotebookCloud
account per Google Account at any given time.
I'd be really pleased to know how you got on.
On 8 June 2012 15:26, Carl Smith <email@example.com> wrote:
> No problem at all, I'm happy to share what I have.
> It's not at all difficult to set this up. There's a few parts to it,
> but they're all really simple. The only work is in making a nice GUI
> for the users. There's a ton of extras you can optionally add, on the
> AMI as well as the GUI, but if you only want your stack and a simple
> page on App Engine for launching instances, it's a weekend project.
> All the real work has been done by the IPython developers.
> I've not used Sage, but I'm sure it'll be much the same there.
> All the best
> On 8 June 2012 04:59, Jason Grout <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> On 6/7/12 9:34 PM, Fernando Perez wrote:
>>> On Thu, Jun 7, 2012 at 7:14 PM, Carl Smith<email@example.com> wrote:
>>>> Eventually, I want a web app you can use to launch a keyless, Ubuntu server
>>>> on your EC2 account, with all the Python stuff installed, and IPython as the
>>>> sole interface to the VM itself. It'll be free to use. It just calls AWS for
>>>> the user and provides a link to their server, so I can run it on App Engine
>>>> for free.
>>> Got it, thanks. Definitely keep us posted on the progress, as it
>>> sounds very useful.
>> Yes, please. It sounds useful for our project as well, since we are
>> keeping an eye on moving the web project to app engine and the
>> computation part to EC2.
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