[IPython-User] Amazon ec2 instance with ipython notebook info
Fri Nov 9 11:26:37 CST 2012
I know this doesn't actually answer your question, but, if you want to do
something of your own, you might want to look at building your server from
a standard Linux AMI and installing IPython etc yourself. Then freezing it
as an AMI once your happy. This is actually fairly straight forward to do.
IPython have the AWS thing pretty well covered.
I'm on my phone, but can offer some details later if you want to explore
this. There's plenty of people on the list that'll help you out anyway.
On Nov 9, 2012 5:05 PM, "danielmsd31" <email@example.com> wrote:
> I launched a micro instance in amazon EC2. As I would like to use ipython
> notebook, I chose the linux image called ami-74d00c1d, that contains
> notebook ready to go. Now I would like to use this same instance to run
> ipython notebook and other stuff. As i am a newbie, I remained with some
> doubts :
> - Is there any documentation about the organization of the ami? Where are
> the python files, where is the apache config, which python version is in
> use, which packages are in the ami, which version of ipython notebook is in
> use, ...
> - How can I change the instance config? For example, which files should I
> change to point the root (the first page) to another page instead of
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