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2011-06-28 12:45:38 -0600 | asked a question | sage vs. maxima for symbolic computation Is there something that sage can do and maxima can´t? in other words, what are the advantages of using sage over maxima for symbolic manipulation? I´ve been using maxima for a while and I know it has some shortcomings, I´m impressed with sage and I know it uses maxima for symbolic manipulation but I would like to know if there is something to gain in moving completely to sage. |

2011-06-27 10:28:39 -0600 | asked a question | using sage functions with data from octave Hello, I´m trying to construct a histogram using octave within sage, but I don´t know how to use sage functions with data that comes from octave, here´s what I´m doing: a = octave.normrnd(50,3,100,1) #this generates a column vector with normal random data b = octave.hist(a) #this generates a histogram from the previous data bar_chart(b) # this is where I get the following error: NotImplementedError: Unable to parse output Is this something that has not been implemented as the message suggests or am I doing something wrong? |

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2011-06-20 14:39:57 -0600 | marked best answer | Sage Virtual Machine sudo password? The new VirtualBox machine that I built (sage-4.7 and newer, .ova extension) uses The sage user is indeed not in the sudoers file, I'll add that in some future release. So you need to su first, or press Alt-F1 to get to a different tty and login as root. |

2011-06-20 14:39:19 -0600 | commented answer | Sage Virtual Machine sudo password? excellent, worked like a charm! except that the command sudo aptitude is not valid for Fedora, but I researched a bit on the internet and used yum install. |

2011-06-19 15:22:32 -0600 | commented answer | Sage Virtual Machine sudo password? "sage is not in the sudoers file, this incident will be reported" |

2011-06-19 15:22:09 -0600 | commented answer | Sage Virtual Machine sudo password? nope, I already tried all 3 of them with no luck, if I enter "sage" I get the following message: |

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2011-06-18 13:36:35 -0600 | asked a question | Sage Virtual Machine sudo password? Hello, I´m a Linux newbie and I'm trying to install octave in the sage virtualbox virtual machine with the following command: sudo aptitude install octave3.2 but I need to enter a password and I don´t know the password, can someone help? |

2011-06-15 09:54:52 -0600 | asked a question | Using octave in windows I´m using sage via VirtualBox virtual machine from windows 7. I searched how to use octave but all I find refers to linux. Help will be appreciated. |

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