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I can see that your CPU (Intel atom N2600) supports 64bit (You can verify that by using the command:

lscpu | grep Architecture

or visiting this link

So if your Linux Mint installation is 64bit (check it with the following command:)

uname -m

you can just grab the sage-5.9-linux-64bit-ubuntu_12.04.2_lts-x86_64-Linux.tar.lzma file from the 64bit directory from the sage mirror that you use.

Of course if you have installed the 32bit version then you have to upgrade your distribution. In this case its better to go with the 64bit version because as you can see from the 64bit directory their sage packages get support for longer periods.(Ubuntu 8.04 64bit is still in the list !)