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Sage is looking for those bindings installed in Sage's copy of python. You can install things in Sage's copy of python by doing "sage -sh" and then whatever you normally would do to install the python bindings.

For Sage's matplotlib, the graphical guis are also turned off by default. Define the environment variable:

export SAGE_MATPLOTLIB_GUI=yes


and then reinstall Sage's matplotlib:

sage -i matplotlib


to compile support for other backends in Sage.

Sage is looking for those bindings installed in Sage's copy of python. You can install things in Sage's copy of python by doing "sage -sh" and then whatever you normally would do to install the python bindings.

For Sage's matplotlib, the graphical guis are also turned off by default. Define the environment variable:

export SAGE_MATPLOTLIB_GUI=yes


and then reinstall Sage's matplotlib:

sage -i matplotlib


to compile support for other backends in Sage.