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In archlinux the kernel is in /usr/share/jupyter/kernels/sagemath/

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I solved my problem. I have copied the kernel from /usr/lib/sagemath/local/share/jupyter/kernels/ to /home/eduardo/.local/share/jupyter/kernels/ and works fine. It still use the python distribution that come with sage but when i run jupyter notebook the sagemath kernel appears in the drop down list

2016-03-09 11:53:31 +0100 asked a question Integrate SAGE Jupyter Notebook in Anaconda Python Distribution

Hello, i'm Eduardo Vieira a Mechanical Engineering student from Venezeula. I use Python for everything and now i'm looing to Sage but is there a way to integrate Sage with the Jupyter Notebook? To get sage in the Notebook i have to run sage -ipython but i want to have the Sage kernel avaible when i run jupyter notebook.

I am using the Anaconda python distribution in Ubuntu Linux.

Thanks and sorry for my english, i know it is really bad.