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20200919 18:56:50 +0200  commented answer  Which subgroups do conjugacy_classes_subgroups() return Thank you! That is very helpful. 
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20200616 05:47:39 +0200  commented question  Cannot install packages on WSL Ok I sort of solved it. I installed the package I wanted by: sudo aptget install gap_sonata, and it works perfectly. 
20200616 00:59:14 +0200  commented question  Cannot install packages on WSL What I did was I enabled WSL and installed Ubuntu, then via Ubuntu I installed Sage by one of the installation commands. I think it was "aptget install sagemath"? 
20200615 22:23:26 +0200  asked a question  Cannot install packages on WSL I am using Windows 10 have tried to use sage via WSL. I can open sage via Ubuntu. However, I cannot install gap_packages as "sage i" is not in the commands available. Can anyone tell me how to get sage i to work, or is there any other way to install this package. SageMath version 9.0, Release Date: 20200101 Optional arguments: file.[sagepyspyx]  run given .sage, .py or .spyx file advanced  list all command line options c <cmd>  Evaluates cmd as sage code gap [...]  run Sage's Gap with given arguments gp [...]  run Sage's PARI/GP calculator with given arguments h, ?  print this help message inotebook [...]  start the insecure Sage notebook (deprecated) maxima [...]  run Sage's Maxima with given arguments mwrank [...]  run Sage's mwrank with given arguments notebook=[...]  start the Sage notebook (valid options are 'default', 'sagenb', 'jupyter', and 'export') Current default is 'export' from sagenb to jupyter n, notebook  shortcut for notebook=default python [...]  run the Python interpreter python2 [...]  run the Python 2 interpreter python3 [...]  run the Python 3 interpreter R [...]  run Sage's R with given arguments singular [...]  run Sage's singular with given arguments sqlite3 [...]  run Sage's sqlite3 with given arguments root  print the Sage root directory nodotsage  run Sage without using the user's .sage directory: create and use a temporary .sage directory instead t [options] <allfilesdir>  test examples in .py, .pyx, .sage, .tex or .rst files selected options: long  include lines with the phrase 'long time' verbose  print debugging output during the test optional  controls which optional tests are run sagenb  test all sagenb files help  show all testing options v, version  display Sage version information 
20200522 14:57:30 +0200  asked a question  AsPermGroup Error Hi, I am trying to run the following code in SAGE: and I am getting the following error: RuntimeError: Gap produced error output Error, no method found! For debugging hints type ?Recovery from NoMethodFound Error, no 1st choice method found for `AsPermGroup' on 1 arguments executing __SAGE_LAST__:="__SAGE_LAST__";;AsPermGroup(\$sage899);; I have tried reading what the other posts have suggested, like copying the SONATA library into the SAGE files, but it is not working for me. Also I have trouble installing packages into SAGE too. My system is Windows 10. The code works perfectly fine on CoCalc, which I assume all the packages are working perfectly fine. 