[IPython-User] Do IPython notebook from ANY computer?
Mon Nov 12 12:11:54 CST 2012
Thank you very much both guys.
The nbcloud looks very much like what I want. Wonder why that didn't turn
up when I search for ipython server.
I will however give my pogoplug a try since its not doing much for me at
the moment other than just lying there..
Yours Sincerely/ Venlig Hilsen
MSc in Pharmaceutical Sciences
Mobil: +45 425 850 02
On Nov 12, 2012 6:13 PM, "Matthias BUSSONNIER" <email@example.com>
> Le 9 nov. 2012 à 21:33, Lasse Nørfeldt a écrit :
> > Hi ipython foks
> > I just started learning python (came from MatLab) and must say that I'm
> totally blow away by the IPython Notebook.
> > One thing that really got me hooked was when I saw it running on Windows
> > It was a real hassle for me to install it on windows (kept getting the
> older version), and now I have to format my computer because I got too much
> crap installed. Then I got this crazy idea: What if I didn't had to install
> it but just log on to a site and continue coding no matter what machine I'm
> working on... wow..!
> For windows I suggest you Check EPD free, which shouldn't be too hard to
> > Well I don't want to pay a monthly subscription at Azure for the
> scientific programming that I'm doing. But I got another idea.. I got this
> Plug-In-The-Wall-Computer called a pogoplug which runs some sort of linux
> that allows me to access my HD at home trough the internet (never use it).
> What if this could act as a Azure server? I read that I can port Arch Linux
> on it.. would that allow me to do the trick?
> > Any experience with Arch Linux Server and IPython Notebook __________?
> > If this can be pull off, then I believe that a lot of scientist would
> like do Plug-In-The-Wall-IPython-Notebook.. I certainty know a few..
> The problem might be the computing power, But I don't see any reason for
> the IPython notebook not to work on Arch.
> You can try nbcloud,
> Notebook on EC2, If you never had account there is something like 1Year
> free or smith like that.
> > Yours Sincerely / Venlig hilsen
> > Lasse Nørfeldt
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