Why 4.6 rather than 4.7.x? Sage-4.6 is over a year old and a huge
amount has been fixed since then. It can be really hard dealing with
user bug reports when their version of Sage is so old.
Other than that, very cool that you got this to fit into 576MB!!
Just out of curiosity, does using a non-compressed file system really
measurably help with speed? When I used to make a compressed
puppy-linux based live VM, it was pretty cool to be able to have the
extracted version also be small (I think it was << 1GB *extracted*).
It was two years ago. It was that small because I used a compressed
read only file system with a read-write layer on top of it. Here's
It was 700MB after install.
I made it by taking a stock Puppy Linux Virtual machine, then
extracting a sage binary into it, then putting that in a compressed
file system, then layering a non-compressed filesystem on top, so
users could still edit the sage install.
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Professor of Mathematics
University of Washington
Sage Lite Server2 (iso file)
Small virtual machine + server (398 MB, ova format - Virtual Box)
The ssh keys for the server were broken, so I made it that they are
generated at first boot (you can refresh them with calling
fix-ssh-keys.sh from command line).