2016-09-23 14:54:54 +0200 | commented question | missing key "SAGE_LOCAL" while "import sage.all" yeah! You solved my problem. It's enough to run bash in LiClipse's folder, run "sage -sh" and from this shell run LiClipse (or Eclipse if you like). Thank you. You can add answer, if You like. I think many people can have this problem, since old tutorials say just "import sage.all". |

2016-09-22 21:06:24 +0200 | commented question | missing key "SAGE_LOCAL" while "import sage.all" Thanks for answer. I have added some information. All I tried to do was to import sage.all I have added some information. My guess is that Sage gathers my system variable but doesn't take SAGE_LOCAL (maybe because of double slash, maybe not). Nevertheless in notebook it works OK. |

2016-09-22 18:25:01 +0200 | asked a question | missing key "SAGE_LOCAL" while "import sage.all" Hello I tried to do some debugging in PyDev. I haven't done any math there yet, just tried to import sage.all and failed. Variable sage.env.SAGE_LOCAL is "/usr/lib/sagemath//local", so maybe OK, maybe not. I don't know where this double slash comes from.When I write $SAGE_LOCAL in bash, I get "/usr/lib/sagemath/local" This is my sage.env.SAGE_ENV: However SAGE looks for this variable in some dictionary that looks like this (my system variables): Last instruction is Before: ( in definition of class class PolynomialRing_general(sage.algebras.algebra.Algebra in polynomial_ring.py) And it all started with in all.py Full traceback looks like this (don't think it's useful): (more) |

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2013-11-09 07:46:28 +0200 | asked a question | Is 'make install' on opensuse necessary? I have typed 'make' yesterday and the makefile was executing many,many hours. Now I can finally run sage in my browser, so I believe everything is alright. However, in instructions on makefiles, they say I should also run 'make install'. When I did, I got a warning saying "experimental use only". So is 'make install' redundant and sage will work as well as now? I am new to linux. I moved to it just for sage. |

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