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Hi,

As you can see with the output of ls, some of the directory within .sage are owned by root, namely ipython-0.12, sage_notebook.sagenb and tmp. I don't know how such a thing could happen ! You can change the permissions with the command

sudo chown k1:k1 -R .sage/ipython-0.12 .sage/sage_notebook.sagenb .sage/tmp


The command chown is for modifying users, k1:k1 means that you change the user and the group to k1 and -R is for recursive.

After that, it may work.

Vincent

Hi,

As you can see with the output of ls, some of the directory within .sage are owned by root, namely ipython-0.12, sage_notebook.sagenb and tmp. I don't know how such a thing could happen ! You can change the permissions with the command

sudo chown k1:k1 -R .sage/ipython-0.12 .sage/sage_notebook.sagenb .sage/tmp
.sage


The command chown is for modifying users, k1:k1 means that you change the user and the group to k1 and -R is for recursive.

After that, it may work.

Vincent