1 | initial version |

I solved the same problem as follows: in the notebook I ran the SAGE command os.environ["PATH"]+=": ... path to the binary for octave" For instance os.environ["PATH"]+=":/Applications/Octave.app/Contents/Resources/bin" on my Mac with Octave.app. This gives SAGE the information it needs to find octave.

Instead of writing this in the sage notebook every time you want to use octave, you may write it in youyr .sage/init.sage file.

2 | No.2 Revision |

I solved the same problem as follows: in the notebook I ran the SAGE ~~command
~~command

```
os.environ["PATH"]+=": ... path to the binary for octave"
```

For ~~instance
~~instance

```
os.environ["PATH"]+=":/Applications/Octave.app/Contents/Resources/bin"
```

on my Mac with Octave.app. This gives SAGE the information it needs to find octave.

Instead of writing this in the sage notebook every time you want to use octave, you may write it in youyr .sage/init.sage file.

3 | No.3 Revision |

I solved the same problem as follows: in the notebook I ran the SAGE command

```
os.environ["PATH"]+=": ... path to the binary for octave"
```

For instance

```
os.environ["PATH"]+=":/Applications/Octave.app/Contents/Resources/bin"
```

on my Mac with Octave.app. This gives SAGE the information it needs to find octave.

Instead of writing this in the sage notebook every time you want to use octave, you may write it in ~~youyr ~~your .sage/init.sage file.

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