1 | initial version |

I suppose they were downloaded to the directory `sage-5.5-linux-32bit-fedora_release_16_verne_-i686-Linux`

, which I think means `/home/MP/sage-5.5-linux-32bit-fedora_release_16_verne_-i686-Linux`

, if I'm interpreting the rest of your post correctly. So either

```
$ cd sage-5.5-linux-32bit-fedora_release_16_verne_-i686-Linux
$ ./sage
```

or

```
$ cd /home/MP/sage-5.5-linux-32bit-fedora_release_16_verne_-i686-Linux
$ ./sage
```

should work (or both). In general, starting from the beginning:

```
$ cd # this takes you to your "home" directory
$ ls # this lists the files in the current directory, including subdirectories
```

One of those should start with "sage-5.5", if this is where you extracted the lzma file. So

```
$ cd sage-5.5<TAB>
```

Hit the <tab> key where indicated, and the directory name should be completed for you. If you run `ls`

now, you should see a file called "sage". Execute it to run Sage:

```
$ ./sage
```

(`.`

is the current directory, so `./sage`

refers to the file "sage" in this directory.)

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