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2011-06-14 05:00:25 +0100 | commented answer | Installing Optional Package The virtual machine VMware Player may be cannot connect as you said. It does not work when I try `install_package(package='biopython')` in the notebook :( |

2011-06-14 02:36:57 +0100 | commented answer | Installing Optional Package My PC always connected with the internet. Anyways, I express my gratitude for your willingness to help. |

2011-06-14 02:10:13 +0100 | commented answer | Installing Optional Package Hi kcrisman, I will uncheck it. I can use SAGE notebook although there is message "External notebook not setup". Perhap this is the problem I think. =) |

2011-06-13 08:29:36 +0100 | commented answer | Installing Optional Package Thanks kcrisman. Sorry for late reply. I do appreciate your efforts and therefore I click check. But may be something wrong with my SAGE set up, it shows error in connecting SAGE serve. |

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2011-06-13 08:22:56 +0100 | marked best answer | Installing Optional Package If you go to the command line in your Sage installation (in the virtual machine), how do you launch Sage? Let's say you use the command to launch Sage. Then all you should have to do is or possibly It should automatically download, even in the virtual machine. If not, then you'd have to move the spkg to the VM filesystem somehow (I'm not sure how that's done, but should be Googleable) and then do Edit: the following is no longer true, as this ticket deprecated this functionality, which has since been removed. If you only have the notebook, you should be able to do Try for more information. See this Sage documentation page as well. |

2011-06-08 01:41:12 +0100 | commented answer | Installing Optional Package It's ok, kcrisman.Cheer! |

2011-06-07 09:36:10 +0100 | commented answer | Installing Optional Package Hi, thanks for reply. I lauch SAGE using VMware player, then I click sage-vmware and I will enter the SAGE notebook. I don't know how to enter the commands given by you, I am sorry. Can SAGE load the spkg file in the SAGE worksheet? |

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2011-06-07 06:32:49 +0100 | asked a question | Installing Optional Package I have downloaded an optional package from SAGE website namely database_kohel-20060803.spkg. How to install in my SAGE 4.6 (Windows user)? I do check the website but I still cannot figure out. Besides, I do encounter a problem to use.dbz file such as pol.001.dbz I glad if someone can help me.Thanks. |

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2011-02-09 05:02:24 +0100 | commented answer | Generate a list/table for cardinality of elliptic curve Oh I see...It's ok..=) |

2011-02-09 04:39:52 +0100 | commented answer | Generate a list/table for cardinality of elliptic curve I cannot understand your comment "Iie, nandemonai"...Google translate said it's German and no translations in English :( |

2011-02-09 04:28:25 +0100 | commented answer | Generate a list/table for cardinality of elliptic curve Thanks for the reply. It's really help! Yes, I have spent my time in dealing the elliptic curves =) |

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2011-02-09 03:22:18 +0100 | asked a question | Generate a list/table for cardinality of elliptic curve Hi all. I am quite new in SAGE. I have tried SAGE to find the cardinality for every prime number like this: sage: E = EllipticCurve(GF(13),[-2,3]) For this, I try prime number 13 and get the answer 18. This mean that I need to input a new prime number every time manually. What the code to generate/make a list or table of answers for a set of prime numbers (hopefully can integrate "primes_first_n()") which can go to large prime? Many thanks =) |

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