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2017-02-17 07:03:34 +0100 | commented answer | How can I stop sagemath program without quitting sage session? I haven't used a Jupyter notebook yet, but it seems that it is a good way to use SageMath. I will try. Thank you for your answer! |

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2017-02-17 07:02:32 +0100 | commented question | How can I stop sagemath program without quitting sage session? Thank you! It works! I did not know that there is such a simple solution. |

2017-02-16 09:59:25 +0100 | asked a question | How can I stop sagemath program without quitting sage session? Hello. First of all, I think it is good to describe how I use SageMath before asking the question. I installed SageMath in my laptop using Ubuntu 16.04. It is installed in directory "~/sage". I usually run SageMath in terminal. That is, I follow the following steps to run SageMath. - Open the terminal (It is the basic terminal from Ubuntu 16.04).
- Go to the directory where SageMath is installed by typing "cd sage".
- Type "./sage". Then, sage session begins.
In sage session, I usually load a sage file which I already wrote and run it to check the result.
But sometimes, a program does not seem to finish, since computation takes a lot of time.
Then, I would like to finish the program which I am running now, but Can anybody teach me how to do it? |

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2016-03-31 19:14:52 +0100 | asked a question | Sagemath on Windows 10? Hello all. Today, I could come up with the following news(you can google "microsoft-canonical-bring-ubuntu-linux-on-windows-10". Sorry for not writing the link, since my karma is low...) As far as I understand, I guess it means that one can install sagemath in windows 10, directly - not using virtualbox. In fact, in earlier versions of MS windows, like windows 7, it seemed that one should run virtualbox to run sagemath on one's computer. Maybe using cloud computing in sagemath homepage would be better, but I don't prefer that. When only considering using sagemath, it would be more convenient to use Linux. So, if the news is true, then I can directly download and install sagemath in windows 10. Is my understanding correct? Or is there anybody who already tried this? |

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