1 | initial version |

You need to do the reset from the *Sage* command line. So first start Sage in the command line, and then do

```
$ /path/to/sage
<sage startup sequence begins>
sage: notebook(reset=True)
```

The path to sage will depend; if you put it in `Applications`

then it might be something like

```
/Applications/Sage.app/Contents/Resources/sage/sage
```

2 | No.2 Revision |

You need to do the reset from the *Sage* command line. So first start Sage in the command line, and then do

```
$ /path/to/sage
<sage startup sequence begins>
sage: notebook(reset=True)
```

The path to sage will depend; if you put it in `Applications`

then it might be something like

```
/Applications/Sage.app/Contents/Resources/sage/sage
```

Edit: I am not sure where it went but I saw some update about two notebooks running ... this would happen if you accidentally ended up opening two while doing this. In which case you'll have to use commands like `ps aux`

or `top`

to identify which process IDs are the problem, and then use `kill -9 pid`

, where `pid`

is the process id, to stop them. Sorry about all this command line stuff :(d

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