1 | initial version |

If you want to use the binaries, you do not have to run `make`

, since Sage is already compiled. The use of `make`

is only if you want to compile Sage from its source code. So, just unpack the tarball and run `./sage`

from the direcctory.

If you want to install Sage from ubuntu's package manager, `sagemath-common`

is only a subset of files that are independent from the architecture, hence you will miss all the compiled stuff which can be found in the `sagemath`

package. If you want to run the jupyter notebook, you should install the `sagemath-jupyter`

package, which depends on `sagemath`

, which itself depends on `sagemath-common`

(those packages and other will be installed automatically when you will install `sagemath-jupyter`

).

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