So, I shut down my linux box after getting it to work, and then on restart, 
I can no longer connect Sage to Jupyter. It says the kernel is dead, and 
the terminal tells me it times out trying to connect. I then tried starting 
sage in a different terminal before starting Jupyter Notebook as well, and 
it still couldn't connect. Thoughts? Why would it connect right after 
compile/install, but after a restart not connect?

On Saturday, April 14, 2018 at 11:53:30 AM UTC-6, Jordan Argyle wrote:
> Which is perfect if one already has Jupyter. The Jupyter definition can be 
> obtained from the source code/github and attached as I stated before. I 
> noted that the Debian package is v. 7.something, not 8.1. Any plans to 
> update that?

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