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How to get sage as my current directory in Ubuntu

asked 2020-06-08 06:56:57 -0500

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updated 2020-06-09 06:43:17 -0500

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Hi there Following the sage guidelines, I have downloaded the source code. Now I have to place it into my sage directory but I get a problem in getting sage as my directory. I am new to sage, in fact, beginner, please anyone kindly help me out in installing sage.

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answered 2020-06-09 06:42:36 -0500

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You may create a symbolic link to the sage script in your bin directory, as follows

cd ~/bin
ln -s ~/SageMath/sage

where SageMath is the directory where Sage is installed on your system; adpat to your configuration (note that ~ is the standard abbreviation for your home directory). In such a way, the command sage typed from any directory will launch the Sage binary that is installed in ~/SageMath.

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