ASKSAGE: Sage Q&A Forum - Latest question feedhttp://ask.sagemath.org/questions/Q&A Forum for SageenCopyright Sage, 2010. Some rights reserved under creative commons license.Fri, 27 Jul 2018 20:24:51 -0500Accessing Maple from Sage osx (.dmg version)http://ask.sagemath.org/question/43183/accessing-maple-from-sage-osx-dmg-version/What is the "right" way to set up Sage to access Maple from a Jupyter notebook on MacOSX from the .dmg version? For the command line version, I've set my path variables correctly and Maple easily runs from Sage. However, when I open the GUI version of sage, Maple isn't on the path and I'm not sure how to add it (even temporarily).
Following up to the answer below, my issue might not be that the PATH is in error. I've set the path correctly (or so I believe), but Maple still isn't accessible from the GUI version of Maple.Michael BurrFri, 27 Jul 2018 20:24:51 -0500http://ask.sagemath.org/question/43183/unexpected behaviors with Sage 8.0 on Machttp://ask.sagemath.org/question/38639/unexpected-behaviors-with-sage-80-on-mac/I'm having some weirdnesses with my Sage 8.0 installation. I run Sage via the app, not the command line. Here's the story.
I upgraded to Sage 8.0. It made me create a folder to contain Jupyter notebooks. I found the menu item to upgrade notebooks individually. I picked my favorite and oldest notebook ("experiments") to upgrade. I ran a semi-arbitrary cell, which worked fine (mostly---it told me to install JDK, which I have installed so didn't install, and then Sage displayed the graphics properly). I created a couple of new cells. I saved the file.
This is where things get weird.
- The converted/saved notebook isn't showing up in the default notebook list, which is empty even on refresh.
- The converted/saved notebook isn't showing up in the Jupyter notebooks folder.
- The Jupyter interface that opens automatically when I start Sage 8.0 is at localhost:8888.
- The converted notebook was somewhere under localhost:8889.
- I restarted everything (app, Jupyter server, upgrade server) and, because the converted notebook was nowhere to be found, I re-converted it and re-ran something in it. That's showing up as under localhost:8890.
- Nothing showed up under the Running list for localhost:8888 until I created a new notebook there (which also appeared in all the other places I expected it to appear). The first converted notebook shows up under the Running list for localhost:8889. The second converted notebook shows up under the Running list for localhost:8890.
So... I can't tell whether I don't understand the new (Jupyter) paradigm, or whether something's gone wrong with my setup. How is saving/accessing/re-accessing converted notebooks supposed to work? What should I be doing differently?
Edited to add: The converted notebooks have been found (by accident): They ended up in my root directory instead of the default Jupyter directory. Still seems like things are not acting as they should.smbelcasThu, 24 Aug 2017 08:19:25 -0500http://ask.sagemath.org/question/38639/