1 | initial version |

I am not sure about your question, but you can get the directory that contains the `sage`

command as follows (in my case, it is `/opt/sagemath/sage-source`

):

```
sage: import os
sage: os.getenv('SAGE_ROOT')
'/opt/sagemath/sage-source'
```

2 | No.2 Revision |

I am not sure about your ~~question, but ~~question,so perhaps could you make explicit which script you want to run, from where, how it calls Sage, etc. Anyway, note that from a Sage interpreter, you can get the directory that contains the `sage`

command as follows (in my case, it is `/opt/sagemath/sage-source`

):

```
sage: import os
sage: os.getenv('SAGE_ROOT')
'/opt/sagemath/sage-source'
```

3 | No.3 Revision |

I am not sure about your question,so perhaps could you make explicit which script you want to run, from where, how it calls Sage, ~~etc. ~~etc, so that we can make an adapted answer.

Anyway, note that from a Sage interpreter, you can get the directory that contains the `sage`

command as follows (in my case, it is `/opt/sagemath/sage-source`

):

```
sage: import os
sage: os.getenv('SAGE_ROOT')
'/opt/sagemath/sage-source'
```

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