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Make sure sage points to the new Sage.

You could try which sage to check where the shell finds something called sage.

Then in case it is a symlink you could locate where it points to with

ls -halF $(which sage)  In case which sage returned /usr/local/bin/sage you can replace the symlink using ln -sf /Users/williamorrick2/sage-9.4/sage /usr/local/bin or, if that gives a permission error, the same with sudo: sudo ln -sf /Users/williamorrick2/sage-9.4/sage /usr/local/bin Make sure sage points to the new Sage. You could try which sage to check where the shell finds something called sage. Then in case it is a symlink you could locate where it points to with ls -halF$(which sage)


In case which sage returned /usr/local/bin/sage you can replace the symlink using

ln -sf /Users/williamorrick2/sage-9.4/sage /usr/local/bin/usr/local/bin


or, if that gives a permission error, the same with sudo:

sudo ln -sf /Users/williamorrick2/sage-9.4/sage /usr/local/bin/usr/local/bin