[IPython-User] Simplest possible server

Vladan Divljak ghostility@gmail....
Mon Aug 27 12:37:20 CDT 2012


On Mon, Aug 27, 2012 at 7:06 PM, Matthias BUSSONNIER wrote:

>
> Le 27 août 2012 à 18:33, Vladan Divljak a écrit :
>
> > On Mon, Aug 27, 2012 at 5:40 PM, Matthias BUSSONNIER wrote:
> >
> > Le 27 août 2012 à 17:29, Vladan Divljak a écrit :
> >
> > > Hi,
> > >
> > > I would like to run IPython Notebook as server with already made
> "Notebook file" then from remote PC run the project. So it would have
> presentation part and Python code part which will need to be
> executed/controlled from remote machine that doesn't even have Python.
> > > Is it possible?
> >
> > If I understat correctly that is (one of) the goal of the notebook
> server.
> >
> > > If answer is Yes, can someone be kind enough and link me to some guide
> or small documentation?
> > > If answer is No, does IPython offer similar scenario with some
> third-party which is easy and tested to work?
> >
> > What you want to do is run the notebook server on one of you computer
> but being accessible from the outside.
> > you should read this part of the doc
> >
> http://ipython.org/ipython-doc/stable/interactive/htmlnotebook.html#quick-howto-running-a-public-notebook-server
> >
> > That explain how to run a public notebook server.
> > You are **strongly** encouraged to add ssl certificate and password to
> your notebook server.
> >
> > Thanks alot
> >
> > As this server PC will have Internet connection can I call it IP address
> or it's not that easy?
>
> If it has a **global IP** yes, IPython notebook server is no different
> from any other servers.
> you can access the server with
> https://ip-adress:port/
>
>
Well, then great :)
I will just need to put myself at work, and hopefully it will all work well



> > If your computer is not remotely accessible, you should be able to make
> a demo using
> > https://notebookcloud.appspot.com/
> > (notebook server running on EC2)
> >
> > Probably great, but I don't have EC2 account unfortunately
>
> EC2 if "free" for one year
> http://aws.amazon.com/fr/free/
> 750 hrs = 31,25*24 h /month.
>

Hope it'll work.
>

Sure, thanks :)
I just don't believe in free when they ask me enter my credit card details
;)

Thank you Matthias for your prompt support
Best wishes
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