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2012-08-16 22:37:55 +0100 | answered a question | SageTeX on Linux. pdflatex isn't running Sage OK, searching around I see that John is indeed correct - one has to run Sage outside of pdflatex. Posting this here so that someone can mark it as resolved - I don't have enough karma to do so... |

2012-08-16 16:19:06 +0100 | commented question | SageTeX on Linux. pdflatex isn't running Sage That's a bit of a bummer. I'm actually writing my .tex document in Emacs (org mode, actually) and using its export capability to run pdflatex. It would be a pain to have to do it manually each time. |

2012-08-16 12:41:49 +0100 | asked a question | SageTeX on Linux. pdflatex isn't running Sage I manually installed Sage into ~/sage-5.2 (i.e. not using my distro's package management tool). I included in my LaTeX document the example of plotting a sine wave into my .tex file (from the tutorial). When I run pdflatex on it, I get:
It's clear it's not running Sage. It generates the .sage file, though. I included ~/sage-5.2 into my path, as well as ~/sage-5.2/local/bin/ and it still doesn't pick Sage up. Ideas? |

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