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First, the instructions seem to indicate that if you copy the file sagetex.sty into a directory with your latex file, then the system will be able to find it. Can you first verify that this is the case?

After that, can you try putting sagetex.sty in the default search location? On the mac, that's ~/Library/texmf, so I guess you should put sagetex.sty in ~/Library/texmf/tex/generic/sagetex/. Note that a new "feature" in Mac 10.6 makes the Library directory hidden. You can navigate to in with the Terminal, or select it from the Go menu (you have to hold down the Option key to see it).

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updated 2016-04-26 07:53:26 -0500

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First, the instructions seem to indicate that if you copy the file sagetex.sty into a directory with your latex file, then the system will be able to find it. Can you first verify that this is the case?

After that, can you try putting sagetex.sty in the default search location? On the mac, that's ~/Library/texmf, so I guess you should put sagetex.sty in ~/Library/texmf/tex/generic/sagetex/. Note that a new "feature" in Mac 10.6 makes the Library directory hidden. You can navigate to in with the Terminal, or select it from the Go menu (you have to hold down the Option key to see it).

Edit by kcrisman: with the upgrade to SageTeX 3.0, the default location in Sage will in fact be $SAGE_ROOT/local/share/texmf/tex/latex/sagetex/ which should be placed in ~/Library/texmf/tex/latex/sagetex/, I believe.