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I accepted the answer above. In the spirit of someone else having this issue here is what worked for me:

Create a init.sage file in .sage folder (probably located in home folder)

Use the code :  from sage.misc.viewer import viewer viewer.browser('YOUR_FAV_BROWSER') 

where YOUR_FAV_BROWSER is the one you want.

In my case defining a SAGE_BROWSER variable in .bashrc didn't work.

I accepted the answer above. In the spirit of someone else having this issue here is what worked for me:me.

Create a init.sage file in .sage folder (probably located in home folder)

Use the code : 

 from sage.misc.viewer import viewer viewer 

viewer.browser('YOUR_FAV_BROWSER') 

where YOUR_FAV_BROWSER is the one you want.

NOTE: In my case defining a SAGE_BROWSER variable in .bashrc didn't seem to work.

I accepted the answer above. In the spirit of someone else having this similar issue here is what worked for me.me. I found the sage documentation somewhat unclear.

I took the following steps:

• Create a init.sage file in .sage .sage folder (probably (most likely located in home folder)

with the following code in it. Use the code :


 from sage.misc.viewer import viewerviewer viewer.browser('open -a /path to your_fav_browser/YOUR_FAV_BROWSER')

viewer.browser('YOUR_FAV_BROWSER') 

where YOUR_FAV_BROWSER is the one browser you want.

• Add the code export SAGE_BROWSER="YOUR_FAV_BROWSER"

NOTE: In my case defining a I am assuming bash already knows the path to SAGE_BROWSERYOUR_FAV_BROWSER in .bashrc didn't seem to work. .