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2014-10-29 11:28:27 -0600 | commented question | How can I install a Sage package on Sage Cloud? I also never had cause to install a Sage package locally. That only came up in the context of Sage Cloud. Installing a whole local copy of Sage just for one tiny package seems too much, but maybe I'll just go that route in the future. Regarding ore_algebra: I think the installation went find, but I found out that ore_algebra is not compatible with Sage 6.3 yet. So I'll just use a local installation... |

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2014-10-02 14:01:31 -0600 | commented question | How can I install a Sage package on Sage Cloud? It is also possible to install Sage packages when installing a local copy of Sage in the project directory as explained here: https://github.com/sagemath/cloud/wiki/FAQ#-question-i-want-to-use-my-own-custom-built-from-source-copy-of-sage-takes-hours But is it necessary to install a local copy? Is there a simple way to use local packages with the system-wide Sage? (Making system-Python work with local/user packages works fine as explained in the above comment.) |

2014-10-02 13:56:44 -0600 | commented question | How can I install a Sage package on Sage Cloud? It is possible to install Python packages easily: https://github.com/sagemath/cloud/wiki/FAQ#-question-i-found-an-awesome-python-package-at-httpspypipythonorgpypi-and-i-want-to-use-it |

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2014-10-02 07:16:20 -0600 | asked a question | How can I install a Sage package on Sage Cloud? To install a sage package (e.g. the package "ore_algebra") from within a SMC project, I first tried running but I got an error message that told me to do from the terminal instead. This I did and then got the error message which is obvious since, I do not have write access to the global packages directory. So the question becomes: How can I install Sage packages in the home directory of the current project on Sage Cloud? |

2014-10-01 15:12:12 -0600 | commented answer | is it possible to run a sage in ipython notebook? currently, on sage cloud, this gives the error: ImportError: No module named sage_extension |

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